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Kung Fu High Impact for Kinect puts you in a brawler


9:00 AM on 07.27.2011
Kung Fu High Impact for Kinect puts you in a brawler photo



Ever want to be in a game, beating up thugs? Virtual Air Guitar Company is trying to make that a reality, with its upcoming beat 'em up, Kung Fu High Impact for Xbox 360.

The title uses the Kinect sensor to put players into the game, insert an image of them into the game and letting them kick and punch on-screen baddies.

The title seems to be an update or remake of Kung Fu Live, which was release for PlayStation Network late last year. The title used the PlayStation Eye and background removal technology and tracking; it didn't work all that great. Perhaps with the Kinect sensor and its updated technology, Kung Fu High Impact will be a better experience than its predecessor.

Kung Fu High Impact for Kinect puts you in a brawler photo
Kung Fu High Impact for Kinect puts you in a brawler photo
Kung Fu High Impact for Kinect puts you in a brawler photo





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