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Motion - is it more than just waggling a controller around? In this episode we seek to explore all aspects of this much-maligned game mechanic (and also discuss our struggles with motion sickness).
In this episode - Giovanni mourns the death of motion based party games. David has to have a little lie down. Tess discusses why your body does not want to be an interface. Greg tries to learn a new joke.
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Games discussed include: WarioWare: Smooth Moves, Ori and the Will of the Wisps, Super Hexagon, and Nike+ Kinect Training.
Video Games and Motion Sickness, Eric Qualls for Lifewire
Your Body Does Not Want to Be an Interface, John Pavlus for MIT Technology Review