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E3 : Full Natal Line-up to be Revealed

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Are you expecting a deluge of new information on Natal, Microsoft’s controlerless Motion control system to come out of this year’s E3? Well, you’d be right on the money.

Microsoft CFO Mindy Mount, speaking at the Jefferies Annual Global Technology Conference in New York today, had this to say :

“We have very strong first and third-party developer support for [Natal]. Needless to say, we’re putting some of our best people on coming up with great game ideas for this, and we’re going to have some great stuff.”

“As a history, Microsoft works very strong with third-party developers, so we’re hoping that we’re going to get some great titles from that. You’ll be able to see more news about that this summer at E3. We’ll show you the full line-up.”

The line up will likely include yoga and pilates games, with Fable III thus far being the only major game to have announced support. Are you excited yet?

If a certain British celebrity is to believed, Natal should see release around October.

Source : IGN

Last Updated: March 9, 2010


  1. RSA-Ace

    March 9, 2010 at 15:27

    Don’t you mean Fable 3? Or am I confused?


    • Geoff

      March 9, 2010 at 15:29

      I missed out an I!
      thanks for the heads up.



      • Fox1

        March 9, 2010 at 16:58

        Plate games? Virtual cooking!!! :biggrin:


  2. TheBeasht

    March 10, 2010 at 16:07

    I can’t wait to see what MGS & the other devs have to show for their work with Project Natal (*cross fingers* please not only mini games).
    I have high hopes for this and right now think the possibilities are endless. I want the devs to show us already because I’m sick of reading comments about how “…you won’t be able to control an FPS with Natal…” Think BIGGER peoples!! :ninja:


  3. Temika Parady

    March 16, 2010 at 07:21

    je trouve cet article tres interresant. je reviendrai suremenent sur ce site. bon courage


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