Motion Gaming: A Controller Free Entertainment
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Revolutionary gaming technologies lets you play a game without a controller, motion gaming brings this vision to life and gives gamers an immense pleasure of gameplay.
Gaming has brought so much futuristic and cool stuff like motion controllers and other accessories so far which has let gamers experience a wonderful gameplay introducing a sensor which captures your gestures, mirror your movements making you the controller and responds amazingly to that and puts you in the center of the fun. it is pretty nice being able to play a game without having to grip tightly to a controller.
Motion gaming lets you enter in a world of freedom where you don’t have to hold up on any sort of controller, you yourself are a controller stepping in front of the sensor (connected to your console) experiencing gaming like never before simply by a wave of your hand. It recognizes movements in a very sophisticated way giving you an immense gameplay experience. With technology like this there are no barriers and learning limitations. Gaming has never looked this great giving gamers an amazing stuff all through revolutionary technologies.
This amazing technology puts you in the center of fun and letting you play the games with no controller required for e.g. Xbox 360 with Kinect, There are however some other gaming consoles having some sort of device/controller to hold on to experience the gameplay for e.g. PlayStation Move., In PlayStation move Your moves give you ultimate control over the game and offers you an engaging and emotional game adventure.
Here in Gaming World are multiple devices which have been introduced just for you to give you a freedom to play off the controller and have a pleasure of extraordinary gameplay such are Kinect, PlayStation Move and Nintendo Wii offering social and family friendly gaming experience. Motion gameplay takes you to a whole new world of freedom where you can play the game like never before.
A Seventh generation motion sensing input game controller by Microsoft exclusively for Xbox 360 game console uses a cutting-edge technology to provide a whole new way to play and lets gamer to play the game without the use of a controller and brings amazing gameplay experience, it actually turns you into a flailing XBOX 360 controller and reads your body with its sensor.
All you have to do is to wave your hand stepping in front of the sensor, it does recognize you and your movements and respond to your gestures/body movement in a very sophisticated way and lets you experience the game in a very innovating way without using a controller. It is compatible with every Xbox 360 console and is really fun to play.
The game features instant gameplay with your friends, the game offers versus and co-op modes supporting up to four player gameplay but lacks simultaneous play. The Kinect version features full body tracking and offers an interactive and amazing gaming experience. Read More
There are a number of other Kinect games available which are Kinect Rush, Kinect StarWars, Dance Central 2 etc.
A Seventh generation motion sensing input game controller by Sony Computer Entertainment exclusively for PlayStation 3 game console. The platform offers an engaging and emotional gaming adventure and it is an outstanding development and is truly a cool and awesome gaming motion controller.
This Game simply gives you the World’s best gaming experience with its terrific graphics and its war elemental spells tactics. Players take the character of a juvenile sorcerer’s beginner, named Finn, and must master the secret arts with the intention of protect his homeland. Read More
Other PlayStation Move Games are EyePet, The Fight: Lights Out, Start the Party etc.
Posted on July 23, 2012, in Action-adventure Games, Co-op Games, Console Game, Music games, Online Game, PS3, Role-playing, XBOX360 and tagged Kinect, Michael Jackson dance videos, Michael Jackson music, Michael Jackson: The Experience, Playstation move, Playstation move games, ps3 games, Sorcery, Sorcery PS3 Game, Xbox 360, Xbox Kinect games. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.