This is the kind of stuff that does not interest me in the slightest about Kinect. I've been hopeful that the technology will deliver some really amazing game experiences in the future, but we're a good ways off from that. This Game Party: In Motion is what we will be getting for a while, I'm afraid.
I'm trying to figure out how this collection of minigames will even function. These sorts of activities, bar games and the like, are somewhat dependent on the physical object in your hand. I can't see myself having a whole lot of fun (or success) throwing an imaginary dart or moving an ice hockey paddle from the ethereal plane.
Reveling in the misfortune of others isn't something I try to frequently do, but the larger-than-life story about a New Hampshire man who burned through his life savings at a carnival in an attempt to win a Kinect was simply...more
A man attempting to win a Kinect at a carnival has reportedly lost his life savings of $2,600 on "Tubs of Fun." Henry Gribbohm of New Hampshire claims that, during a practice run, the game was easy, but once he played for rea...more
You may not instantly recognize the name, but you should remember hearing about Microsoft's attempt to expand gaming beyond the scope of televisions and on to physical walls using a projector. It sounded beyond gimmicky at f...more