wonder what special features 360 and PS4 will have like wii u

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2 years ago#1
MS will probably implement better kinect and sony will use hmm no idea
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2 years ago#2
A while ago, Sony patented a controller that comes apart and will work like the PS Move.
2 years ago#3
ms - kinect room
sony - controller with a touch pad,(front and rear) speaker, biometric sensors, sixaxis 2.0, move compatibility, front and back cameras, mic, wireless charging, radio tuner, tv remote function, works as a home phone, and shuts off the console when you put a used game in the console.
2 years ago#4
DeathSoul2000 posted...
sony - controller with a touch pad,(front and rear) speaker, biometric sensors, sixaxis 2.0, move compatibility, front and back cameras, mic, wireless charging,, radio tuner, tv remote function, works as a home phone, and shuts off the console when you put a used game in the console.


will it fold make my bed?
i never make my bed
2 years ago#5
YoyokuKO posted...
DeathSoul2000 posted...
sony - controller with a touch pad,(front and rear) speaker, biometric sensors, sixaxis 2.0, move compatibility, front and back cameras, mic, wireless charging,, radio tuner, tv remote function, works as a home phone, and shuts off the console when you put a used game in the console.


will it fold make my bed?
i never make my bed


No but it will get a firmware update to remove the radio tuner, TV remote, and home phone features!
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