honestly, this graph is far more accurate and fair than MS' was.
Most of the things on this graph are just to clarify how wrong MS' graph was, ie: claiming move had no microphone, among other things.
All this graph seems to show is Move has at least all the things that Kinect and wii have, from a hardware aspect.
The only pros they push over kinect are having buttons, vibration,
and the only pros they push over wii are resolution, rechargeable controllers, and a camera.
It's really not all that crazy of a graph guys. It's pretty down to earth, with a slight bias on resolution and buttons, the latter of which I can completely agree with. Seriously, kinect is going to be incapable of a game requiring more than 5-6 actions unless it involves making shaped gestures with your hand like in black&white, which would still be more than possible on the ps3. Otherwise, just imagine an FPS. How do you reload? How do you throw a grenade? How do you hug a wall? How do you run instead of walk? It just doesn't fit with certain types of games which I'm sure the gamers are interested in knowing. Buttons are relevant. I'm not saying MS games couldn't make it work with different types of games. I'm saying it's logical to have in the graph, but still slightly biased.
MS' graph is in outer-space with blatant lies.
That is, if either of these graphs are even made by their respective companies.