The ever-vocal Peter Molyneux, creative director of Microsoft Game Studios' European arm, has said that he sees little difference between PlayStation Move and the Wii's control system. He has also spoken on Milo's conspicuous absence from E3.
Speaking to 1UP
, Molyneux said, "I find it hard in my mind to differentiate between the Sony Move and the Wii. They seem very similar in their scope. I know Sony and Nintendo would argue that they are different, but they kind of seem the same. They enable certain sorts of experiences, and they are analogous to Kinect."
Molyneux also noted that Microsoft's Milo software - noticeably absent from E3 - is still in active development. Addressing the Milo-shaped hole in his company's E3 showing, Molyneux said, "I think it was one of those things where we said, "Should we show it at E3? Should we show it?" I think that we made the right decision to not show it, but it very much is a project that we hold dear to our hearts, and we're as excited as we can be."
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