Games now cost between $US50 and US60. That’s a lot of money for something that in many cases is done with after 4-6 hours. It’s nice to see publishers THQ looking at whether that’s the right way to do business.
So says THQ bossman Brian Farrell, who calms one of our fears about Sony and Microsoft’s venture into the motion control space with PlayStation Move and Project Natal, respectively. His company, at least, sounds uninterested in straight up Wii ports.
Microsoft have never commented on a release date for Project Natal. Well, not without withdrawing it. But Brian Farrell, boss of publisher THQ, has no such qualms.