Motion controls, futuristic shooters dominate diverse E3

By June 18, 2010Newswires
Motion controls, futuristic shooters dominate diverse E3

LOS ANGELES, Calif. — With a new 3D gadget, motion controllers and a buffet of never-before-seen gaming goodness, this week’s Electronic Entertainment Expo was a feast for the eyes — and hands — of 45,600 folks from the video game industry. Here are the trends that emerged from the 2010 show.

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POETRY IN MOTION

By the end of the year, every major console is slated to have some from of gesture recognition. The PlayStation Move system, which employs a wand-shaped controller and camera to precisely detect players’ movements, will give the PlayStation 3 the ability to be more like Nintendo’s Wii — except with high-definition graphics and a more mature library of games.

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