@darksongbird I thought the same thing too. I'd predicted the most accurate would be the Move, mostly from the live demo and boasting at Sony's E3 conference years ago ("sub-millimeter accuracy"). The live demos had really impressed me. I've only spent minutes with the Move and Kinect and did notice some lag with Kinect with the game I'd tried. The Wii MotionPlus, which I've used extensively, has slight lag though not always noticeable. The pointer lag is more apparent. With the Move, I remembered having "trouble" navigating the main menu of the demo sports game: I couldn't "snap" quickly and directly to the menu items I intend to like I do on the Wii, and I'd figured it was due to the "superior sensitivity." So I was really surprised to hear of the noticeable lag of the Move. I wished they would've declared a winner, but I understand there were too many variables that could've affected the responsiveness of the technologies; there isn't even a multi-platform game out that can be used to directly compare. Personally, in an accuracy test, I'm more interested in MotionPlus vs Move since they're more similar.
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GameSpot lines up the motion controllers on all three consoles to see which one best captures movement.
I really thought they were gonna pick one which was most accurate overall. However, I can't really comment--never used the Move or Kinect.
this stuff is just sad, wii-sports, kinect sports? what happened to real table tenis, real sports, go out take your friends do these activites in real life, keep the advanced controls and the big screens for movies and games like mass effect, am i wrong? punching, kicking air, this will backfire, sooner or later some guy will defend himself using air punching skills when he should have ran instead, all because of these platforms :((
shouldn't they have gone with wii fit for the fitness game? and yay for giving some recognition to the wiimote's speaker, few people mention how amazing it is. "so which one is the best? none! because we don't want to be called biased!"
Kinect downgrading their camera before release was the worst thing they could have done. I'm really disappointed about that decision.