Microsoft sees motion control becoming standard
Speaking with US blog Kotaku, Microsoft executive Phil Spencer has said that he sees motion control become the 'norm', in the same manner as multiplayer modes.
"Much like with multiplayer, I think it will become the norm. If you are a racing game without multiplayer the game just didn't sell," Spencer explains.
"We think that motion control, we think voice recognition, should become a part of gaming as well."
Despite this apparently bright future, the exec is quick to add that not every game will get Natal support off the bat, Spencer assuring that quality will take precedence.
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