Well, there we are. In what appears to be a tacit admission that Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts features some form of motion sensing, Microsoft's Ken Lobb has claimed that controller movement will allow things to be moved in the game-world in an IGN dev commentary movie.
"The primary function that Kazooie has in the game is she carries this wrench, and the wrench is used for many different things," he said.
"One of the things that the wrench is used for is to turn these devices. So you basically grab with the wrench and then you twist the controller around and it'll move different things in the game."
The video's after the break, and the game looks gorgeous. It shows the hub-world of Showdown Town, and everything's littered with button icons for the normal 360 pad, so are we looking at some sort of add-on for motion stuff? We'll know next Monday, no doubt.