It's good for "dancing and aerobics" but other genres don't fit he argues; he'd side with PlayStation Move as it has buttons. Kinect is "kind of a cheat."
"Kinect is really cool from a technical point of view but pretty worthless for most games," declared Steenberg. "Games that are good for it are dancing and aerobics stuff. That's what it's good for." Dance Central has proven quite a hit with Kinect.
"If I were actually making a game I would much rather make it for Move, because you actually have a button."
"There are some good things about it," he continued, "but in a way I think it's kind of a cheat." An analogy of bad photographers talking cameras and good photographers talking emotions summarised his feelings toward motion controllers.
"It's like that," he said, "you change something superficial. It's not where we're going." While he may not like Kinect all that much it's commercial success tells a very different story as it has surpassed 8 million units sold around the globe.
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