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    the vision cam has shoddy motion sensing, totem ball uses it and i think rayman does.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joe_duffy
    I dont care man, its just weird in some ways cause they just used to come up with their own ideas and now they are copying off eachother
    lol you mean microsoft being "original" rent pirates of the silicon valley and you will see how original mr.gates is... he is a celver guy though...

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    i had a good laugh when i saw your reply to that...

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    I kinda like this idea personally. Love Nintendo, but am increasingly thinking about a 360 as well.

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    I definatly prefer using the Ps3 controller for racing games, much more responsive and more comforatable than the Wii-mote. Anyway, i dont see anything wrong with companys using others ideas, that how things become better and improvements happen. I like the motion sensing on the Ps3 because you don't have to have that stupid Wii bar at the front, find it annoying and my mom keeps moving it everytime she dusts.Also te Wii hasto much wires, back of my Hd Tv is constantly looking worst and worst thanks to the Wii.
    Just got my Ps3! The Wii is now gathering dust until Super Smash Brawl!


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    Quote Originally Posted by joe_duffy
    With Nintendo’s Wii currently storming on in the next-gen console market, Microsoft boss Bill Gates has admitted that his company is looking to integrate motion-sensing controls into its gaming hardware.


    Now they are trying to copy off the Wii, that annoys me just a bit every console should be different not trying to copy off eachother
    Bill Gates... copy off anything?

    don't be silly... he'd never do anything like that...

    he barely does anything except sign the pay cheques and pick his nose (man i want his job)

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    =/ they need motion sensors for the Light gun for House of the Dead IV

    you shake the gun up and down to get this rank hand off you and to get up off the floor ^^ - i love this game i've spent about £30 on it at the arcade =|

    I can't see any other way it would be used... =/
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    Personally I'm addicted to the motion sensing of the Wii. Increasingly it's becoming harder to stay involved with regular controlled games. However this is most likely just a rumor of 360 motion controls, seeing as it would be a blatant copy. It seems that there would be too much red tape and copyright infringement, etc.

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