I agree, we dont know anything till we try it, but I have to say the commercials on TV dont make it look very functional. The guy changing the tire in the race pit had his arms above his head and he had to move slow. Slowness seemed to be the norm for all the commercials I have seen.
I'll have to see it in person before judging the price of entry...
Honestly in order to get the full potential of say, the Wii motion. You need to buy a wiimote, nunchuck and motion plus... Add all those items together (then multiply by 4x) and Natal doesn't seem that expensive.
I wonder if Microsoft would let the Porn industry make Xbox games for Natal, just imagine a 3D game where you can "touch" a model and it will react and move. Virtual Lap Dancing; there has to be a market for it.
I'm not really sure I understand Project Natal so sorry in advance if my thinking is flawed.
The problem I'm seeing is that this "add on" is for an xbox that is going to be replaced in all but two years?
Seems like a waste of money to me. Anyone remember the Sega 32x from back in the days? Don't get me wrong it certainly has a lot of potential, but if it becomes obsolete in 2011-2012 timeframe, it's simply not worth buying.