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  • myguyfromthe80s - June 25, 2010 11:56 a.m.

    Sega Activator = Fail Virtual Boy = Fail Power Glove = Fail Dance Mats = Fail Microphones = Fail Buzz = Fail PS Eye = Fail Kinect = Fail Hardcore gamers are here to stay and they ALL sit down. 3am is not a time to be doing kung-fu kicks. These things are a fad which come and go, sure they may sell at first, but they just go the same way as all their predecessors. Pass me the pad.
  • AlmightyFuzz - June 25, 2010 11:39 a.m.

    I think people are writing Kinect off as a load of crap too quickly. True, all the games shown so far don't appeal to core gamers, but that because they aren't supposed to. I believe Kinect has a lot of potential, and that it can be used to create great games. For example Child of Eden looks amazing, and Dance Central, while not my cup of tea, actually looks pretty good and can't have been done with Move or Wii. If people gave it more time, I'm certain developers will use it in more core-focussed games, because it doesn't just have to be used for "controller free gaming". It could easily augment the controller, because it can be used while sitting down, and it also has other features next to motion sensing that can be used. I just pray to the gods of gaming that it isn't used solely for wii game rip offs, and is sold at a reasonable price.
  • MediocreDinosaur - June 25, 2010 11:31 a.m.

    Lawl silly Kinect. Nothing at all like a Mario game. And I agree with the Mario games being hard after the first few levels. Galaxy was ridiculously easy, but some levels were hell. Goddamn Luigi's Purple Coins...
  • oufour - June 25, 2010 11:29 a.m.

    i think Mario is over done, as well as most of Nintendo. galaxy was the last innovative thing, since then it's just re hash over re hash. being like Mario doesn't seem like a good thing to me.

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