If you can get past the skin-soft silicon, the oversexualised mouth, the transparent nightie and uncomfortably-separated thighs, Douglas Hines latest invention could offer some interesting insight into the way games interact with people.
The second to last thing I was expecting to be writing about my visit to Razer’s CES booth was an Xbox 360 controller. The last thing? That I like it more than Microsoft’s version.
If Wii MotionPlus or Microsoft’s Project Natal are the next generations of video game motion control, what, you may wonder, is the next generation of controlling a video game by blowing your breath at it?