DiRT 2’s Ralph Fulton’s told VG that Natal, as lovely as it is, will never be a standard controller for racing games.
“I certainly don’t ever see it replacing the wheel or the controller as the principle controller method,” he said.
Don’t panic, though, Natal-based racing fans. The motion-sensing system and traditional control aspects could very well collide to form a beautiful melange of car-based gaming simulation inputs.
“That’s not to say that I don’t think you could do some really cool things, particularly with Natal, which can function as additional control over and above the controller in racing games,” Fulton added.
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