Miyamoto calls Microsoft motion ‘basic,’ says players ‘need something to hold’


In an interview with Wired, Nintendo’s killer-app had this to say about motion control finally becoming the industry standard:

“Looking at what the other companies have shown here at E3, it feels like they have finally obtained the very basic technology for doing motion control, but… I don’t think I could create an experience that truly feels interactive if you don’t have something to hold in your hand, if you don’t have something like force feedback that you can feel from the controller.”

While I still find Project Natal fascinating, I tend to agree with Miyamoto. Even Sony said “some experiences need buttons.” What do you think?