Since it first wowed the world at E3 back in June, Project Natal became commonplace when talks came to motion control. Nearly four months later at TGS 09, it seems that the elite publishers of the industry have seriously considered those talks - Microsoft has announced that the cr me de la cr me of the gaming industry is going to support Project Natal.
The a-list includes publishers known for different genres and styles, so there's really no telling how they could make use of the Natal technology. For starters, there's Bethesda, Disney Interactive, and MTV Games. Then there's Capcom, known for its success in various gaming genres thanks to its powerhouse franchises. Namco Bandai's also there, who we usually get our Tekken and manga/anime-based games from.
Square Enix is also there. Just a few days ago, their president, Yoichi Wada, spoke about the new motion controllers and expressed his interest in the Natal UI.
Here's the complete list:
- Activision Blizzard
- Disney Interactive
- Electronic Arts
- MTV Games
- Namco Bandai
- Square Enix
More on Project Natal:
- Shane Kim: Natal launch to be as big as Xbox 360's
- Tetris creator on Project Natal: It's a very right step in a very right direction
- Tecmo Koei prez 'concerned': Natal and PS3 Motion Controller more suited for casual games only