Quantic Dream founder David Cage believes motion control is a good fit for his upcoming PS3 exclusive Heavy Rain, although admits it won't be something the game supports at launch.

"[Motion sensing technology] may work well with Heavy Rain because Heavy Rain is based on motion already. The way we deal with action sequences, really trying to use the controller as much as possible to make you feel the same moves of your character at the same time. So yeah I feel close to that," said Cage. "At the same time it really depends on how you use it. You can do very different things with motion control. You just need to be careful about how you do things. Do I believe that every single game will be motion control and it's going to replace regular controllers in the future? No I don't think so. I think it's going to work well for certain experiences and people will enjoy some games with that. I don't think it's going to overwhelm the market and all games will be like that."

Cage also added that he "would like to see more interesting experiences, more adult experiences using this. Not just casual games".

Asked specifically if Heavy Rain would support Sony's motion controller, Cage replied, "not at the release date," but concluded that in the future, "who knows".

Heavy Rain is scheduled for release early in 2010, only for PS3.

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