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Nintendo criticizes Xbox 360 and PS3 motion-sensing technologies

Posted on Monday, June 08 2009 @ 00:38:48 CEST by

Nintendo president Satoru Iwata claims the new motion-sensing technologies touted by Microsoft and Sony at the E3 last week are inferior to what the Wii has to offer. Iwata says Nintendo has experimented with games controlled by camera-based sensors, but found that it didn't work as well as the accelerometers it eventually chose to use for the Wii console.
Nintendo tried and rejected the motion-sensing technology that Sony and Microsoft are counting on to catch up in the video game wars, the company’s president told the Financial Times.

Satoru Iwata said his company had made experimental games controlled by camera-based sensors, but got better results with the accelerometers it eventually chose to use for its Wii console.
Source: FT



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