Ideas of how to take advantage of Project Natal and Sony's so far unnamed motion technology are already swirling around in the head of Sega's managing director of European development, Gary Dunn. In fact, Dunn told GamesIndustry.biz he already wants to move forward on a new Virtua Tennis game taking advantage of them.
"I was blown away by it, both systems offer us so many opportunities to do great things with videogames," said Dunn. "I immediately now want to make another Virtua Tennis. There's so many games and possibilities. I want to go away and lock myself in a dark room with some of our cleverest chaps and see what we can do with it. We've got to look in different directions to almost throw history away and it requires a whole new way of thinking."
Dunn is getting a little ahead of himself, considering Project Natal kits have only been in the hands of developers for a few weeks now and Sony's tools haven't shown up yet. Oh, and Sega just released Virtua Tennis 2009.