Keeping up with Nintendo and Microsoft, who recently unveiled an intriguing motion-sensing device codenamed Project Natal, Sony is showing off its own take on this novel way of controlling games. A demonstration team for the company took the stage at E3 today and showed off a new controller (video) that works in conjunction with the PlayStation Eye to supposedly offer an experience closer to real-life than anything you've ever seen.
Personally, Im not a big fan of the type of gaming the Wii has to offer. But for all its limitations when it comes to raw horsepower compared to other current-gen consoles, Nintendo appears to be doing a pretty good job in shaping the future of console gaming for the years to come at least a portion of it aimed at casual gamers. Well have to see where this goes and just how much software supports Project Natal and the PlayStation Motion Controller.