Microsoft’s Natal and Sony’s new wand motion device could provide a nice revenue bump for first-movers, Sega’s told GI.
“Being the largest third-party publisher on Wii we obviously have good gestural experience so for us I can see an opportunity to get a land grab on some of our competitors by taking our head start in gestural gaming and evolving it,” said Euro MD Gary Dunn.
“I was blown away by it, both systems offer us so many opportunities to do great things with videogames.”
There’s no date on either controller as yet, but “next year” seems a good stab.
There’s a full interview here.
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