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Microsoft’s Bach jumps around with Natal

July 30, 2009

Watch Microsoft’s Robbie Bach getting out of breath playing a wall-demolition game using Xbox’s new Natal technology, which works entirely on body gestures rather than a hand-held controller. (Click on the video and scroll onto 23:30)

Bach, head of entertainment and devices, demoed the new system at Microsoft’s annual financial analyst meeting in Redmond, Washington. There is still no date set for its commercial release.

The company hopes the new technology will vault it past Nintendo’s all-conquering Wii and rival Sony’s PlayStation.

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Hilarious hearing about their hopes, when their the company that pulls out of past gaming systems ASAP.

Where\’s your CONCERN for people owning the original XBOX system ? There surely no hope there.

You left us high and dry with not even a kiss goodbye.I\’ve got $100\\\’s in your original XBOX that more that justify buying a Playstation or Nintendo and beyond.

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James Kennedy sure sounds bitter. PS3 fanboy in disguise? Must be upset that XBox 360 sales are increasing year over year while his beloved PS3 sales are drying up like a raisin.

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