You'll remember Project Natal from E3 2009, as the new Microsoft game experience that will allow you to use motion control without any sort of controllers. Since then, it seems that there has been a lot of development with Project Natal, as is evidenced in these videos from the TGS 2009 Microsoft Project Natal presentation, wherein they discuss using Natal to make games, and the freedom it represents.
First up, Yozo Sakagami from Namco Bandai.
Then, Masanori Takeuchi, Managing Director/Game Producer at FromSoftware, Inc.
Capcom's Keiji Inafune weighs in on the matter.
Konami's Naoki Maeda talks about music, dancing, and rhythm games with Natal.
Kenichiro Nagoshi from Sega thinks that Project Natal's voice control is the next big revolution in gaming.
Meanwhile, Kenichiro Imaizumi discusses how Project Natal can eliminate the need for game-specific controllers/peripherals, giving limitless possibilities.
Finally, Tecmo's Keisuke Kikuchi talks about all the ideas his team came up with when brainstorming game concepts for Microsoft's Project Natal.