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t was demoed during Microsoft’s keynote on Monday to an appreciative crowd. However, unlike many of the video games on display here at the expo,you won’t find Natal on the show floor.

We were one of a handful of journalists given the opportunity to put Natal through its paces. Although Milo, Peter Molyneux’s extraordinary virtual child game, was not part of the demo, what we did see of Natal was incredibly impressive.The first demo was a simple game designed to show off the system’s excellent motion-sensing capabilities. Standing in front of a camera, a shadowy avatar appeared on the television screen in front of a set of blocks.

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