I don't wanna play games like dodge ball or paint the wall or talk to some virtual kid. I wanna play a horror/thriller game with Natal. Were I am the character in the game. And all the characters in the game talk to me and recognize my voice. Wonder if they can pull that off??
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Xbox 360's director of product management talks about Project Natal and Game Room at the Microsoft booth at this year's Consumer Electronics Show.
Natal is looking great, but if they were smart they would show off a different demo than just the Ricochet Ball. And I hope they don't try to add the DDR games as one of the Arcades, because those are best on the actual machines.