[games_access] games_access Digest, Vol 31, Issue 3
d. michelle hinn
hinn at uiuc.edu
Mon Jan 8 19:01:42 EST 2007
Ah...I know what this is now -- during the reign of Guitar Hero last
year, I saw the golf game from this system on sale at Best Buy...but
because it was just golf...and me being a fan of anything NOT
golf...I didn't pay much attention. Now that I see that they are
trying for a bigger audience, I no longer have it categorized in my
mind as "one game only" controller...like Guitar Hero...which isn't a
system, just a game with fancy controller.
Although...it is an awesome game if you are music geek like me. :)
Anyway, yeah, the Wii came in with all the hoopla but there's also
been the Xavix game system out for about two years now. It's it's a
system that is "plug and play" but does not require another console.
I'm wondering who exactly is cashing in on this patent...
Michelle (who's driving her neighbors insane with Sing Star that just
(finally) came out for the US market...I'm already dying for new
songs...and let me tell you...I sing a mean "Paint it, Black" by the
Stones...no snarky remarks people...)
>Richard (and all)
>Fusion looks interesting. Thanks!
>Subject: Re: [games_access] Sorry for absence- question about the use
>of AI techniques for developing adaptive, accessible games,question/comment
>And don't forget Wii is not the *only* one to focus on. The Christmas
>edition of Edge Magazine featured an interesting article about Gametrak's
>Fusion - a more-advanced motion-sensing game controller system than the Wii:
>I think they're making this so it works for both PS3 and XBox360... and
>they're trying to create about 23 game titles to sell with the hardware for
>the next four years or so...
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