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Microsoft goes Mii

Posted on: April 8, 2008

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According to MTV News, Microsoft is soon going to Wii type for Xbox 360, in an effort to capitalize on Nintendo’s raging success.

Since Nintendo’s Wii became a global sensation and Sony launched a PS3 controller that is also motion-sensitive, rumors have reverberated through the gaming industry that Microsoft would create a motion-controller of its own.

According to sources it has been in active development at Microsoft since last August. There are also plans for the controller to interact with the Xbox Live Vision Camera, the source said.

All I have to say is – Nintendo watch out for Microsoft Mii !

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3 Responses to "Microsoft goes Mii"

Wow, nintendo wii is that good that the other consoles are taking the motion sensitive controller idea! Imagine halo 3 with motion sensor! Melee would be fun 😀

@ pKay
Yeah … I can’t even imagine how its going to be

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