Let Me Show You What Doesn’t Work In Kinect Star Wars — And What Does

Kinect Star Wars is not the world’s greatest new video game. I’ve said as much in my review.

But you should see this game’s failures — and its triumphs — for yourself. Watch the video and allow me to demonstrate.

As you watch, bear in mind that this game might be lovely for little kids who have a high tolerance for waving their arms around to make things happen. I think that even little kids deserve better than a game that promises you’ll be physically role-playing as a Jedi or Rancor Monster but only works crudely and clumsily.

The dancing’s good, though. As I say in the video, the much-maligned dancing mode is the one aspect of the game that didn’t make me focus on whether the Kinect was or wasn’t working. Small victory!

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