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PlayStation Move ad pulls no motion-controlled punches against Wii, Project Natal

Ross Miller
March 17, 2010
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Sony's VP of Realistic Movements Kevin Butler (boy, does that guy have a large business card) is at it again, this time in a video ad for the PlayStation Move. He's back from the future to thank us all for the success of the motion control device, and make a few jabs towards Nintendo and Microsoft for their efforts. Here's a few choice quotes.
  • "Because real boxers don't hit like this [flails arms exasperatingly]"
  • "It's also got what we in the future call buttons, which turn out to be pretty important to those handful of millions of people who enjoy playing shooters, platformers, well, anything that doesn't involve catching a big red ball."
  • "C'mon, who wants to pretend their hand is a gun. What is this, third grade? Pew, pew, pew."
Check out the futuristic -- or now-eristic, rather -- commercial after the break. And if you ask, sorry, we still wouldn't bet on Kansas City in six.



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