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Discussion in 'Video Games' started by Gunny, Jun 17, 2009.
You assume Natal will actually work how it's advertised to work.
It's been demonstrated many times.
the wii doesnt work the way you would think it would either.
i've played wii many times at friends house and find it lags and sometimes doesnt even respond in the direction you want it to.
for some reason that happens only when i go to some of my friend's houses...in my house the wii works and responds fine, but when I got to to my friend's house it lags and doesn't work sometimes
Demonstrations isn't proof it will work as advertised nor it will work as a commercial property.
The Wii is cheap and is already a proven commodity.
i really doubt MS would roll out a devise like this if it didnt work good enough for gamers. (please dont bring up the RRod) im sure they have tested it many times in many different settings.
I think it'll have small connection problems but nothing major. People will still have fun with it. And it will sell if the price is right.
And this isnt a console, it's an add-on that works with all current and future 360's.
It would be cool to play madden and be the QB with this technology.
What are you talking about? If anything, Microsoft has a track record of rushing their creations out early and full of bugs.
Much like Vista?
You live in a fantasy world.
Huh? They've had random people trying it showing that it works lol. What else would be sufficient proof?