Apparently 2009 is the year of motion-sensing at E3. With Microsoft’s announcement of Natal yesterday, apparently Sony didn’t want to be left out of the motion-sensing party. I will be very curious to watch the impact of sales this Christmas, as Microsoft may have reinvented itself enough to make a late run at Nintendo’s Wii. Still, I remain convinced that Sixense’s magnetic field based motion sensing remote is the best I’ve seen and may show up in the next-gen of consoles.
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