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THQ: “I like what you see”

In games on May 8, 2010 at 8:53 am

The company talks about the titles used Move Natal.

The company THQ has taken the opportunity to increase the buzz around the launch titles that will develop the company and will make use of new technologies by motion sensor control for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, PlayStation Move and Natal, respectively.

THQ:

In this sense, Brian Farrell, THQ’s CEO, said the titles to be showcased at E3 make use of these technologies, far from disappointing, will appeal to those who have the opportunity to try them. “I like what you see”, sentenced safely. “We have not announced what will show for any game, but the fact that they are projects of lower cost is attractive to us because they are based on the technology, but in the game.”

The Executive was pleased to refer directly to Natal and Move. Referring to the product of Microsoft acknowledged that it has “the ability to interact with digital objects and draw near to the casual player, but you will not see ports for Natal, but games created for him.” Farrell said that for both Move and Natal to be successful, need to be created products specifically designed for them. As for the chance to see Wii games adapted to these technologies, they admitted that hypothetical titles would be “more than a port” high definition given to achieve in the new platforms.

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