Predicting the future is a tricky business. Back to the Future is a case in point - I was promised hoverboards yet science failed to deliver. Now, at a behind closed doors panel, SEGA boss Shuhei Yoshida has claimed that in ten years times video games would feature "almost dangerous kinds of interactivity".
Of course, it sounds like hyperbole, but 10 years is a long time.
Mick Hocking thinks that we'll see a level of technology capable of telling whether or not a player, or participant is lying.
"Having a camera being able to study a player’s biometrics and movements [is possible] ," he claimed "so perhaps you can play a detective game that decides whether you’re lying due to what it reads from your face."
In the future, sociopaths are going to be so good at video games.