3D gaming and motion controls will dominate E3
By Steve Tilley
As video games and gaming hardware get more and more high-tech, we’re seeing all that computational horsepower and cutting-edge silicon being used with one goal in mind: Stripping away the barriers between gamers and the game.
Which is a fancy way of saying we’re going to be hearing an awful lot about 3D gaming and motion-based game controls this year. Particularly this week, as the annual E3 Expo kicks off in Los Angeles, drawing together tens of thousands of video game developers, retailers, journalists and executives for a four-day interactive entertainment show-and-tell.
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