At e3 2009 in Los Angeles, Microsoft showed some impressive demos of Project Natal, a method of interacting with a screen using more of your body than just your hands. The system is set up with a camera that uses motion detection and that lets you throw away your game controller. Also at the show, the newest version of the game Halo 3, ODST was demo'ed. It now includes a multiplayer mode.

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