It seemed inevitable that Nintendo would capitalize on their motion technology, considering the rampant success of the Wii itself and the reaction to WiiFit and the balance board. Some gamers complain that they dislike waving their arms around and that it doesn't feel natural, or most of all, they feel stupid. The key is make a person have so much fun playing that they don't care what they look like -- or even cherish photos of themselves looking really goofy as a memory of a great time had.
I do have one question though -- why now? It seems that this is a more advanced version of what the Wiimote already does, and while I'm not trying to sound like a b*tch who's never happy with anything, I feel this should have been a part of my preexisting Wiimote instead of some thing I have to plug into the bottom of it. What's your take -- timely accessory, or a little late?
Just a few weeks ago, we were picking over Gran Turismo 6 rumors, and now here we are with our very first preview. I was surprised to walk into a hands-on opportunity just one day after the title was officially announced. Surprised and pleased. It may not have been the PlayStation 4 launch game I was hoping for, but it's never really a bad time for more Gran Turismo.more
Last week, I got to preview a bunch of current-gen games, which we can expect to see during E3, at a special pre-show event that entailed several different game companies. The Sony showcase in particular had a handful of game...more
The PlayStation Vita is a great system with a slowly increasing library of great titles. The exception being in the first-person shooter genre, that is. You'd think that after one of these big game companies made a handheld w...more