THQ to talk more about Move and Natal titles at E3

By Stephany Nunneley, Wednesday, 5 May 2010 23:01 GMT

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THQ is dead set on not telling us anything about its games until E3: Red Faction, Homefront, the WH:40K MMO – and Natal and Move titles.

Speaking during a financial call to investors, CEO Brian Farrell said that the company is working on titles for both controllers, and more will be revealed next month.

“You will like what you see,” Farrell said. “We have not announced what we will charge for any of the games either, but the fact that they are financially lower [in cost] to produce for in general, appeals to us because it’s not about the tech, it’s the game.

“Natal has the ability to interact with digital objects and it seems to appeal to causal gamers, but you will not see the porting of games to Natal, but games created for it.

“That’s the way it should be – supporting new tech. Same with Move. You have to do something unique to both.”

When asked if the company planned to port any of its Wii titles over to the new tech, Farrell explained that while it was possible, with Xbox 360 and PS3 being hi-def systems,  moving titles over would involve more than “just porting”.

Again. E3. Loads of games for THQ to show off.

That’s basically all the call was – a rehash of February’s – but at least there’s some consistency there.

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