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Konami's Leedmees comes to Kinect on September 7


8:45 PM on 08.17.2011
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It's been nearly a year since Microsoft released the Kinect hardware and now we're finally starting to see more titles which use the motion control system drip into the marketplace. Leedmees, an Xbox Live Arcade game in which you use your body to create surfaces for adorable little critters to crawl across, has now received a release date of September 7.

Even though it isn't practical for me to use Kinect in my household, I still have all kinds of fantasies about how the tech can be applied to make interesting and unique gaming experiences. Leedmees looks to me to be just a few notches above what the EyeToy brought to the table a generation ago but at least it's something.








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