Microsoft will Make XBOX Games

Microsoft Corp. on Monday unveiled the answer to the Nintendo Wii. Microsoft in a campaign video, a woman who steers race car while playing the Xbox game-free control system. Software maker says will release technology that lets people play video games by moving their bodies, not the hand-held controllers.

Service that is tentatively called "Project Christmas" (pronounced Nuh-Tall), and will work with one of the company's Xbox 360 console, Microsoft said. "Before any barrier separating the video-game players from everybody," said Don Mattrick, Senior Vice President for Interactive Entertainment Business at Microsoft. "Now, with Christmas, everyone can join in using the best control ever invented: you." Microsoft shows before Christmas in front of the audience E3, the video game and entertainment conference officially begins Tuesday in Los Angeles, California. The show comes at the time of transition for the video game industry, after it is regarded as immune to the recessionary economy, but has shown signs of slowing.

Traditional game face new competition from developers who engineer video game for mobile phones and distribute them for free online. Do not Miss Video game industry in the flow such as E3 Microsoft does not use a Christmas, rather it relies on the camera to capture players' movements in 3-dimensional space. Said that the companies that make the system more intuitive and appealing to the masses. This system also recognizes the face, which allows players to enter it in the game automatically. He can identify and follow the voice commands, too. During the demonstration, players swung their feet to kick soccer balls and threw their hands in the air to try to block the goal.

Driving in the game, players put their hands on the wheel of their imaginary switch to steer the car on the television screen. Painting in a game, a man said the name of the color - "blue" or "light brown" - before he was swinging arm to splash paint on canvas digital. No launch date was announced for Christmas, and the price was not discussed. The announcement also comes as Sony and Microsoft will compete to capture the public who are interested to Nintendo's user-friendly Wii console. Microsoft has been seen as a place for the company a more hard-core gamers.

Hollywood director Steven Spielberg is in hand for Christmas and said the event will help reach new audiences who may be daunted by complex joysticks and controllers. "Most of the people just too intimidated to take control the game," he said. "Although the size of the industry, is still 60 percent of households do not have a video game console." The Company said that there was no control-a format that will revolutionize gaming experience. Microsoft also says its facial-recognition software will make a video game character communicate with players by identifying emotions on their faces.


my.gadget June 20, 2009 at 5:09 PM  

microsoft sepertinya akan terus melebarkan sayapnya, ya...

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