Forums - Gaming Discussion - So Motion Control was just a fever afterall?

I use Motion controllers a couple times a week, on brand new games with VR on PlayStation and PC.

It is a shame that we don't have Motion Controls supported in more TV based games though. 1st person shooters are best played with motion controls, and titles like Wii Sports and Sports Champions would still have a huge audience today if Nintendo and Sony offered them to the public. I honestly don't know why the market was completely abandonded, especially, when both the PS4 and Switch support motion controls.

I still get asked every couple months from different people still loving their Wii if anything new like the Wii is available. In my opinion, Nintendo and Sony are leaving a lot of money on the table.

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Even putting aside Nintendo's games, there are a ton of games on Switch from many developers that use motion controls; Doom 2016, Wolfenstein II & Youngblood, Warframe, Skyrim, Metro Redux, Resident Evil Revelations 1 & 2, Outer Worlds, Just Dance, Overwatch, Fortnite, LA Noire, Paladins, Daemon x Machina, Alien Isolation...

If it was a "fad" it would've disappeared entirely by 2010 like so many insisted it would back in 2006-2008.


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Bet with Liquidlaser: I say PS5 and Xbox Series X will sell more than 56 million combined by the end of 2023.