If there was one driving theme behind this year's E3
, it was that motion controls are too cool for school. However, even with both Microsoft
jumping onto the bandwagon with their own gesture-based antics, Nintendo's Shigeru Miyamoto
tells the BBC
that he's "not worried at all" about being left behind.
In fact, the brain trust says that Nintendo's "very flattered" by the competition. Still, Miyamoto barbed his comments, stating that, based on what he's seen so far, neither competitor's motion controllers "have the type of depth that we're able to provide with Wii Motion Plus
." Sony. Microsoft. You hear that hitting the floor? That's