Comment posted British gamers want Move more than Kinect by Paranoimia.
That’ll be down to the price, and the fact that it actually works. Even recent post-E3 videos of Kinect have, frankly, been embarrassing.
Recent comments by Paranoimia
- GAME CEO says consumers seek more hardware innovation
“Ian Shepard claims the industry, with its consumers, is “ready for more innovation,” following a 17.6% slump in sales for the retailer over the Christmas period.”
Of course, that would have nothing at all to do with GAME charging full retail price for everything, even on their website, and being significantly under-cut by other e-tailers such as Amazon, ShopTo, Play and many others.
No, of course not… must be the need for new hardware.
- Lionhead Developer shows off ‘Mega Meshes’
It’s very nice, but it still suffers from the old 2D foliage problem. Just after 1:30, as the camera turns, so do the plants by the shed.
- Sony: NGP not gears towards Ultra-Rich
I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again…
I reckon it’ll be slightly more than whatever the 3DS costs at the time of release. So if the 3DS is $229, the NGP/PSP2 will be $249.
- Sony is slightly alright with Homebrew; plan Move.me app
It may have been the case that GeoHot wasn’t doing it for piracy purposes, but Sony couldn’t take the chance.
And besides, since he then went on to release the keys and allow anyone to do do anything, he clearly doesn’t have a problem with piracy – despite any claims he makes to the contrary.
- Sony Finally Responds to Hackers
They can’t fix this with a firmware update. It’ll take more drastic measures. That’s why they’re talking about doing something “through network updates” – they’re probably looking at introducing something server-side.
I’ve no idea what that could be, or even if it’s possible, but I hope they’re successful. This “homebrew” excuse is a pretty lame attempt at giving a cover for piracy. Even if someone does release software that’s ‘only’ an emulator, what does an emulator run? Usually software that’s been pirated from older/lesser machines.