Neoseeker : News : Ubisoft's Jade Raymond dreams of "Holodeck" level immersion, hopes for more pad-free tech
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tekmosis Jul 26, 12
I'd definitely do some co-op multiplayer holodeck with Jade.
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THM Jul 26, 12
I see..with so many buttons to memorise, some folks have a difficulty to control/play games with controller...It's like playing music/guitar or something, it takes time to get used to controllers..

But something profound should always be on the table for the sake of innovation!
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Zombie_Barioth Jul 26, 12
He has a point after all one of the biggest entry barriers to fighting games has to do with memorizing combos. We certainly don't have the tech right now or even during our lifetimes but thers no telling what might happen 20-30 years from now, how knows maybe controllers could even become obsolete.
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J Jul 27, 12
When i like to game i like to sit back grab my controller and play for a couple of hours i'm never going to enjoy hopping around for 2 hours just because people without a brain can't use a controller. not a single hobby on the planet is for everyone why should gaming be any diffrent
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BlackLabel Jul 27, 12
quote Zombie_Barioth
He has a point after all one of the biggest entry barriers to fighting games has to do with memorizing combos. We certainly don't have the tech right now or even during our lifetimes but thers no telling what might happen 20-30 years from now, how knows maybe controllers could even become obsolete.
Controllers will never become obsolete the input method will just change based on the game, for example in a holodeck FPS the controller would be the gun, that would be the tactile way the software could tell you are shooting. In a holodeck racing game the steering wheel is the controller. Controllers won't go away as they are necessary, they just don't have to be in a 16 button, dual stick layout all the time.
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Zombie_Barioth Jul 27, 12
BlackLabel ok I suppose a better way to put it would be controllers as we know them would be obsolete. 20-30 years might be a bit too early but what do I know we thought we'd have flying cars and stuff by now.
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