President Kenji Matsubara of Tecmo Koei says they're "very interested" in the new motion technology, but they need to further explore "how responsive it is" yet.
For action titles like Ninja Gaiden you'd need "quick responses" but if you're flailing your arms around a lot you'll "soon be tired." Matsubara-san see's casual rising first before hardcore.
"I’m very interested in the new motion-control technology announced at E3, but we really need to know how responsive it is," he said, speaking with Play magazine, reports .
"I’m sure that for casual games these motion controls will be very popular, but for action games like Ninja Gaiden we need quick responses and if you're swinging your arms around like you’re using a sword you will soon be tired."
Hope exists to overcome these obstacles though, they just need to be found is all. "Maybe we have to change the playing style and check the technology to see how quick it can be," suggested Matsubara-san. "So, at first it will be casual games and then maybe hardcore games and we have to prepare for that and provide the games to satisfy that playing style."
Surely gamers wouldn't begrudge bulging biceps after a few weeks of playing Call of Duty or Ninja Gaiden through motion-control? Natal doesn't even have a controller...