From what Microsoft have said, it wouldn't work in the room where I have my 360 set up anyway so I'm out whether I want it or not. I think it's going to nose dive into bargain bins/see a substantial price drop within months regardless. When they hit £20 I'll try it out
. Controllerless gaming doesn't appeal to me. I prefer to have something to hold and give real time feedback with buttons triggers etc for precision. This is something I think Microsoft have overlooked and Sony/Nintendo have picked up on.
I've been very impressed with Move on the PS3 and I reckon I'll pick that up before Kinect. I had a lot of fun playing Move with friends and could even see myself playing it solo too. The tech works really well and there's no need to have a soundstage setup in your living room like with Kinect. IMO Move is also a lot more reasonably priced for what it is too.
For now I already have a Wii (which I love) and a PS2 with an Eye Toy for my motion and controller free gaming
.This post has been edited by sabbath_dude: Oct 31 2010, 05:36 PM