This is the launch of the century in Chinese video gaming terms. Read more
Touch and gesture have already made gaming more instinctive and now we are about to have gaming from all angles. I have been seeing video games from literally every point of view at the annual E3 trade show extravaganza in Los Angeles this week.
There was the depth of 3D as water rushed towards me when a ship’s hold was flooded in Sony’s Uncharted 3. Finger-painting in mid-air in front of the Kinect’s motion-sensing camera produced a hologram-like image onscreen that could be viewed in the round simply by shifting the player’s body position.