Keita Takahashi, the creator of the Katamari games, recently said that even with new motion control tech and 3D being shown E3 2010 was a bit dull. Does any of that excite you?
NC: With Kinect, I'm excited it can exist, that we can make a camera that can do what it does. It's an amazing piece of technology, but it's one of those things where you have to wait and see the games.
CT: My thinking is that I want to be able to use the Kinect with a controller in my hand so I'm sitting playing with a controller, and then I do something with my body every once in a while that compliments the experience, in the hardcore space.
At the same time while they're investing, advancing and evolving Kinect I want to see them advance the controller with higher-resolution thumbsticks, pressure sensitive buttons.
But those two could have massive ramifications for the RTS on consoles right?
CT: They could, but I don't truly believe that people want to play RTS games standing up.
How about Move?
CT: I haven't actually touched Move yet, but I'll be telling you what I think after I've played with it.
You're a 2011 release right? Have you got far to go?
NC: We're still deep into development; it's always hard to know. I'm not allowed to answer that question... I can't tell you (laughs).