LAS VEGAS--A lot of the gaming newscame to fruition at this year's CES in Las Vegas. While we didn't get a definitive release date for , Microsoft did announce the motion sensing technology would be available this holiday season. How much it will cost is still a mystery and there was no sign of Natal at Microsoft's CES booth.
However, we did get some information about, a new online application that will allow gamers to virtually experience all the goodness of a classic arcade. Free to try and affordably priced to own, 30 titles will launch along with the service in late March, with five to seven new games made available each week.
Sony gave us some hands-on time with the; and while it sounds like a huge investment, we couldn't deny how awesome it was in action. There's no word on when you can turn your PS3 into a 3D gaming machine nor did the company announce anything regarding an upcoming motion controller.
There was some pretty stiff competition for this year's Best of CES in the gaming category. Nyko debuted the , a Wii remote that combines MotionPlus into one piece while Razer impressed us with promising . In the end, the Best of CES Award went to the , an impressive portable gaming powerhouse packed into a compact 11.6-inch Netbook-size laptop.
Here are the rest of the gaming headlines you may have missed from the big show: