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Interview with SteelSeries’ Kim Rom-hh0

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SteelSeries Interview with Kim Rom

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Motion controls have really started to take hold on consoles thanks to the Wii and more recently Kinect. Razer have of course also taken a stab at that style of controller with limited success. Do you see that as something SteelSeries would explore in the near future? If not, why not? (Or is this where the SRW-S1 comes in?)

I have nothing against motion control per se, but I think it has to make sense and bring genuine value to the user. For me personally, I think that waving a magic wand or whatever in front of my PC would be utterly pointless and defeat the purpose of what my gaming usually is: relaxation for various parts of my brain. But that same experience can be awesome in the right environment: my parents had never played a computer game in their life, they just had zero interest in that. But be damned if I didn’t have to kick them out of my house after 8 hours of Wii bowling, they just didn’t want to stop (or leave). So to answer your question: for us motion controls makes sense in some environments and seems super gimmicky in others. Like you say, something like the SRW-S1 Steering Wheel makes sense to us, because it is using technology with a purpose and it brings value to the user. It’s not technology for the sake of technology. And it is not a gimmick.

In the past few years we have seen SteelSeries branch out into console products. Is this because you see the PC becoming less of a gaming platform in the future or will it continue to be a key and strong market for some time?

We are actually not prejudiced at all! 😉 By that I mean that gaming is gaming, no matter where, how or what you play. Our roots as a company, as a culture and as individuals are with the PC platform, because that is where we grew up. But our mission is definitely to help gamers win; anywhere, anytime. While PC gaming will absolutely remain our core focus for a long time to come, we are also working on some pretty exciting stuff for both consoles and the emerging mobile platforms as well.

Thanks for talking to us!

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