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TRios_Zen said:
justinian said:
Zlejedi said:
penguin said:
justinian said:
"and everyone has it"

Depending on the price not everyone will have natal. The games will obviously work without it but at the same time developing a game with "natal with" and "natal without" will drive up time/cost of the games.

 

 

If the support for Natal is built into the engine (as it sounds it will be), then using those tools becomes a much less costly investment in time/development.  That being said, I'm down with you not hating on natal, just stating that I think the greater investment for Epic is up front, in the engine, and the dividends (natal support built in for anyone who uses there engine) would defray that cost.


Well said. I can find nothing wrong in what you just stated.

This is obviously depending on natal being a success...as I am pretty sure it will be.