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Wednesday, 02 June 2010 04:48

Bowling release confirmed as Natal title

Written by David Stellmack

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Fable 3 was the first to confirm support

Brunswick Pro Bowling becomes the next title to be confirmed to offer Natal support. The Crave Games-developed title will be adapted to Natal from the PlayStation Move version of the game; however, the title will be enhanced to take advantage of the special features offered by Natal. The developer is planning to show off the title at E3.

Beyond Brunswick Pro Bowling, the only other title that we know of that has confirmed Natal support so far is Fable 3, which was announced by Peter Molyneux himself. We continue to hear rumors from our sources of a river rafting adventure-type game that seems to continue to make the rounds, but we have been unable to confirm anything specific on this title yet.

Microsoft has done a pretty good job of keeping a lid on the Natal titles that will be announced at the grand launch at E3. Industry sources that we have spoken with from both publishers and developers have told us that they have titles in development for Natal, but they could not be more specific at this time. Some whispers suggest that at least several titles might offer upgrades that enable Natal support as an option, but no one seems to want to confirm that.

Like everyone else, unless something changes and more studios like Crave jump the gun and declare Natal support for an upcoming release, it is likely that we will have to wait till E3 to know what the entire landscape of software looks like for Natal.

Last modified on Wednesday, 02 June 2010 11:26

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