Sure, why not?
A ratings board listing has outed the existence of Fruit Ninja Kinect 2. You cool with that?
Fruit Ninja was one of the rare titles for Xbox 360 that made decent use of the motion-sensing device, so it makes sense that the newer console would want one, too -- not a lot of Kinect software on Xbox One currently.
Curiously, a company called Hibernum is listed as the author of Fruit Ninja Kinect 2, while Halfbrick Studios will apparently be publishing this time around.
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