Splinter Cell: Conviction News for Xbox 360

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Speaking to CNBC, Ubisoft chairman and CEO Yves Guillemot has said that while motion controls will in the near future be available to all platforms, he does not expect core gamers to want to part with their game pads.

"The current pad for gamers is giving them a lot," said Guillemot. "They play for hours, so they don't want to get up and down. They don’t want to be tired after five minutes. These games are about reactivity."

One area that will spread the use of motion controllers is family games, with Guillemot expecting as much as 80 per cent of Ubisoft's family output to utilise motion in some way.

Do you want motion controls in your Halos, Killzones, Splinter Cells, Call of Duties? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

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Yacaman

I want virtual reality goggles. Even if I have to remodel my living room. It will be called the game space. I will become the player and I will respond though my mic. I will carry a game weapon that can simbolize all weapons (you figure that one out). I will turn my head and will see and become part of the universe.
If not it will always be like driving shut gun.
Posted 08:01 on 17 June 2009
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ghostdog25

THANK GOD!
Posted 14:40 on 16 June 2009
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FantasyMeister

Doing a 16 hour grind in any RPG using motion controls would kill me, so no, wouldn't like to see in my traditional genres. And for that matter going prone in Modern Warfare 4 would just be too much hassle at my age.

Would I pay for Natal just so I could sign in and manipulate my dashboard in a really cool way when I've got a controller that already does it? Probably not, seems like a luxury item.

I just can't envision any games that I'd like to play that could make really good use of Natal whilst kicking back with my feet up, unless I got this sudden urge to conduct an orchestra or cast spells just by waving one finger around.

I'm still excited by the thought that someone might think of such a game, but I'm not getting my hopes up.
Posted 13:26 on 16 June 2009

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