3D and move tech a big difference?
Will 3D and technology like the Xbox Kinect and the PS3 Move make a big difference in the gaming experience. It depends on the crowd its catering to. Some people are speculative about the 3D industry as they say that they’d like to preserve the 3D experience in the cinema and leave it at that. However its the same people who one day go over to their friends place and see that they bought a new 3D TV. You will discuss with your other male friends you will like it too. After 6 months or 1 year when 3D TV’s aren’t expensive anymore, you will definitely buy one because everyone is – in simple words – its peer pressure in adulthood.
However things like the Move and Kinect are things that will distinguish itself into strict margins. These movement detection device are strictly for the casual gamers, for a serious gamer, it wouldn’t be of any concern to him. Games the like SuperMario, Wii Sports and Wii fitness are best suited to movement detection devices as they genuinely promote the better experience. However for a gamer who plays shooters like Killzone 3 or RPG’s like Mass Effect or strategy like End War, it makes no sense. I’ve tried the Move in a friends place for Killzone 3, its not any good, it doesn’t make the experience better, instead your aim is unsteady and you get killed to often, plus you need to acclimatise your self to using the Move before you can play it.
Imagine a Move player with a controller player on Multiplayer, completely ruins the experience. The net root issue lies in the experience relevant.
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