Since Microsoft unveiled its motion-control technology Project Natal, hardcore gamers have been a bit dubious of it, because the idea of playing a core game without a controller is something wholly new to them. But as the newly appointed corporate vice president of Microsoft Game Studios Phil Spencer told X-Play’s Morgan Webb during Tokyo Game Show, Microsoft has no intention of overlooking the needs of core gamers.
“We’re not trying to exclude the controller from the gaming experience. We think there are opportunities for hybrid experiences, where somebody uses the controller and they use motion control or voice control, as well as completely controller-free gaming,” said Spencer.
To hear more about Project Natal as well as what Microsoft has planned for Xbox Live going forward, be sure to check out the full interview below.