Splash Damage: Motion control has amazing potential for shooters
Splash Damage boss, Paul Wedgewood has been enthusing about the potential that Move and Kinect has for creating innovative shooters.
Wedgewood told CVG that he was amazed y the potential but he also warned that the best motion control systems for FPS titles may not be the most obvious ones.
Wedgewood said:"I think these motion controllers have amazing potential for shooters, but perhaps not in the way people might immediately think (i.e. controlling motion)."
This will have no effect on Brink as Wedgewood added: "Perhaps we'll think about that in the future, but we don't have any plans for implementation in Brink."
Brink is in development for PS3, Xbox 360 and PC and will be available sometime in the first quarter of 2011.
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