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Video Motion-controlled videogames are the order of the day at E3 this year, at least according to Microsoft and Sony.

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Microsoft talked openly about its Xbox 360 handsfree offering – Project Natal – yesterday, and released a juicy video that highlighted all of the gizmo’s features.

Sony’s since unveiled a motion-controller for the PS3, and now a video (shown above) is available that’ll take you through all of the gadget’s features.

PlayStation Motion Control - which is still at the prototype stage - is a wireless wand topped with a colour-changing orb that can be tracked by the PS3's EyeToy camera.

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