kinect star wars

I Bet I Know Why You Will Play Kinect Star Wars' Dance-Off At Least Once

It’s going to take a hell of a turnaround to get me to change my tune on Kinect Star Wars. Yeah, Totilo said the game’s improved over what I played at E3, but, come on, a dancing game? I mean, how stupid is that. Do I look like a guy who wants to —


Kill A Room Full Of People With Your Brain (For Fun)

This Darth Vader may not have James Earl Jones’s wicked baritone or David Prowse’s imposing height (or even Hayden Christensen’s adolescent whine), but the evil overlord skills on display simply cannot be denied. It just goes to show: there’s a little force-wielding maniac in all of us.


Kinect Star Wars Xbox 360 Bundle Out On April 3

Those rumours about an April debut for the Kinect Star Wars game — and the fancy console associated with it — have turned out to be true. Xbox exec Larry “Major Nelson” Hryb confirmed an April 3 date on Twitter and an official press release cites a $US450 price for a console + Kinect + game bundle.


Kinect Star Wars Makes Chris Pratt More Powerful Than You Can Possibly Imagine

Parks & Recreation and Moneyball star Chris Pratt’s turn as a mischievous Obi-Wan in this commercial for Kinect Star Wars does not make me want the game. It does, however, make me to hang out with Christ Pratt.


Kinect Star Wars Will Have A Dancing Minigame

Hey, so the ESRB released its ratings certificate for Kinect Star Wars, let’s read along: “In this action game, based on the Star Wars universe,” mmhm, yeah, “players use their body movements to perform activities,” right, gotcha, “that include dance tournaments“.


Kinect Star Wars Delayed To Ensure Its 'Potential' Is Realised

Kinect Star Wars has gotten a bit of a bad rap from most who have gone hands on with it, most citing lag as a real issue, but now Microsoft has announced it is delaying the game in order to provide an extra layer of polish.


Kinect Star Wars Is Supposed To Be A Little Better Now

We played Kinect Star Wars a couple of times last month at E3. Our own Owen Good wasn’t impressed. Neither was Brian Crecente. I got my chance this week and shot some video to give you an extra look at the game.


Kinect Star Wars Adds A Sense Of Misplaced Gravitas To Jedi Fights

I didn’t give Brooks Brown, Lucast Arts community manager, much time to dig into the Kinect-enabled Star Wars game before I began peppering him with questions.


Barely Feeling The Force In Kinect Star Wars

For as long as brothers have swatted one another with wrapping-paper tubes, Star Wars fans have wanted something, anything, to give them the sensation of wielding a lightsaber, repelling blaster fire and cutting down Stormtroopers in a streak of blue.


Kinect Star Wars Will Make You Say 'Lightsaber ON!'

We showed you Kinect Star Wars last night. And today we’ve seen it played on stage.