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Reggie: The Future Is Now

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Gaming' started by castlezelda, Jun 11, 2009.

  1. castlezelda

    castlezelda WiiChat Member

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    Heres the link http://wii.nintendolife.com/news/2009/06/reggie_the_future_is_now
     
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    Ryu.27 SHIN-SHORYUKEN!

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    I personally prefer to at least hold a "wand" over pretending to hold a gun, you get more emersed in the game. I think Natal'll fail, while Sony's wand'll rival the Wiimote.
     
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    I'm all for MS Natal. wasn't that impressed with Sony's "wand"
     
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    I come to realize that Natal is no competition to the Wiimote whatsoever. It'd be more of a rival for the balance board because it will be better at tracking body motion rather than what your fingers are doing.

    Sony's ball on a stick is more Wiimote-like but won't seriously challenge Nintendo this gen because it won't have an automatic user base and the PS3 would appear to be too pricey for the casuals to consider switching.

    Wii Motion Plus is here now though and after playing just an hour of Tiger Woods 2010 I know that it works great.
     
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    Natal= imrpoved version of eyetoy
    Sonys wand= somewhat similar to wiimote, but not as good.

    He got it, this is extremely ironic.
     
  6. Mr.Ducati

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    I'm all for new technology as I hope we all would be, Natal has it glitches but what do you expect from a tech demo? As long as MS stays with the technology and has the publishers to back it I really don't see anything stopping it. Not only for gaming but that technology could be used in many other things.

    A lot of people said the exact same thing when they showed off the wii technology for the first time.

    As for the sony, I don't really see how it wouldn't build a user base? I mean the system alone is very impressive in itself technology wise. Sony is a bit slow but it has much potential as long as they and the publishers back it up I can see it doing very well.

    I own all three, I am no loyalist at all....I don't see the reason in being that way, so it should be interesting to see how they all progress.

    The wii motionplus with tiger woods is very addictive thus far :)
     
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