Top Stories kinect
- What Xbox One Games Gain And Lose With The New Kinect-Free Option
- The Aussie Studio Using Kinect Hacks For Low-Cost Motion Capture
- The Internet Reacts To Kinect-Free Xbox One
- Why Xbox One's Kinect Won't be Hal 2.0
- Motion Controls, The Most Popular And Most Broken Idea Gaming Ever Had
- Why I'm A Little Bit Worried About Kinect
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Rumours of a Kinect-centric Gears of War game had been circulating for years after Microsoft introduced the motion-control sensor to the world. One game called Gears of War: Exile was confirmed as cancelled two years ago. But, what looks like footage of another gesture-based Gears game has surfaced. It… it doesn’t look good.
The new Xbox One Kinect isn’t supposed to work on a PC. But, hey, here it is.
I love Kinect as a technology, but for games? It’s never really worked well for me — with two exceptions. The first was Child of Eden, the second? Fruit Ninja Kinect. Now, thanks to a rogue classification decision, it looks as though the existence of Fruit Ninja Kinect 2 has been outed!
We’ve covered Fru before, and we’ll cover Fru again, because Fru isn’t just the best game I’ve ever seen on Kinect (sorry, Dance Central, although you’re pretty good too)… it’s a game I really want to play.
OK, the Kinect you can find in Watch Dogs isn’t called Kinect. It’s called Kinekt, with a (second) K. But this is still a pretty funny easter egg.