Speaking to TG Daily, he explained that the there needs to be a determination made between what is a fundamental change in gaming, and what is a gimmick. Sadly, he thinks that the Wiimote falls into the latter category.
"I still think that motion controllers, such as the Wii controller, have a limited purpose, sort of a gimmicky thing," he said.
"Standing there and holding a bunch of devices and moving them around wildly is great for party games, but I don't think that will fundamentally change the way people interact with computers," Sweeney opined.
He's more of a believer in the PS3 Eye school of motion sensing than having to hold a physical object or two.
"To me, it's more compelling to just use free-form movement and have computers recognize your gestures," he added.Form : http://www.nintendorevolution.ca/