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...theres an entire genre of games that could be built on the back of Kinects ability to interpret pelvic thrusts.
Originally Posted by DeathAwaitsU£180 quid? Rofl no thanks, ill just get the gf a wii :D
£180 for a peripheral is just madness
Originally Posted by Fodum, that's odd. i saw it for £125 at GAME on thursday
Originally Posted by Guinevere...Personally I think it needs a controller, you can't do a decent FPS (or even a rubbish one), or a proper racing game without some sort of button. I wonder if MS will produce a small wireless controller to provide buttons. Or maybe a naff power glove rip off.
Originally Posted by memeroot
when I came down this morning I found my kid jumping around playing kinnect adventures... its good exercise - whether it lasts more than a week is questionable....
when ea releases their sports game I'll buy it for similar reasons... perhaps the family should go out jogging... but its cold and wet.
Originally Posted by memerootmost of the hard core kids wont care, families will buy it and people looking for a console may buy it over the wii and ps3 + move because it sounds cool.... (price of console + kinnect competes v well with both ps3 and wii)
Originally Posted by sotu1I think the release slate is weak, but this might be a bit of a slow burner. The sales figures are there to show some demand, and I'm sure Rare will pop out something decent in time. 130 quid is fairly reasonable I think, especially considering the cost of Move/Wii accessories.
Originally Posted by shadow12The price and its currently limited usage on the XBox is a crime. But if you are looking for some inspiration of what to do with it have a look at the OpenKinect project.
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