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US, June 1, 2009 - Microsoft's E3 press conference is just hours away, but we already know of one of their major announcements. As reported by CNN, Microsoft will officially unveil their rumored motion controller called 'Xbox Fluid.'

Unlike Nintendo's Wii-mote, however, Fluid will employ a motion-sensing camera that will track the player's movement and will not require holding a controller.

We'll still have to wait until Microsoft's press conference later this morning to get more details, and how they plan to market this product with the growing casual gaming audience.

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Just finished work, got in, had some dinner the lovely missus cooked me for when i arrived in the door, and ready to go.

Am I sad being a 39 year old businessman who dashes home to watch this?? :blink:

Bring it on chaps

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Just finished work, got in, had some dinner the lovely missus cooked me for when i arrived in the door, and ready to go.

Am I sad being a 39 year old businessman who dashes home to watch this?? :blink:

Bring it on chaps

Not at all.

I'm a sad 38 year old doing the same thing...

:blink:

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I downloaded a bunch of Grey's Anatomy episodes and left the girlfriend in the living room watching them. I'm sat here in front of my PC, one browser window with three tabs with three different feeds open, another window with two tabs open: this thread and Live marketplace logged in and ready to download (or buy if need be) any exciting new stuff.

I'm ready :blink:

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