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Deca Sports Freedom - Xbox 360

by Konami
Platform : Xbox 360
135 customer reviews
Metascore: 26 / 100
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  • Enact sports moves to bring 10 athletic games to life - without a controller, thanks to Kinect compatibility (Kinect not included)
  • Swing a tennis racquet, jab with your hand, pull back on the bowstring and more to control the sports action
  • Experience 10 different sports events: tennis, boxing, archery, paintball, beach volleyball, dodgeball, kendo, mogul skiing, snowboard cross and figure skating
  • Challenge local and regional DECAthletes to sports competitions online
  • Unlock the latest sports gear and fashions from Adidas to clothe your player in the game, and even win clothes for your avatar to wear out of the game
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DECA SPORTS, the hit sports compilation series that has already seen over 2.5 million units sold through worldwide on Wii and Nintendo DS, is taking sports to the next level and to the Xbox 360 with 10 sporting events you play using your own body in DECA SPORTS FREEDOM! No controller necessary, just move yourself as if you were playing the sport in real life! Spin, throw, and smash your way to victory across all of the included events: Tennis, Boxing, Archery, Paintball, Beach Volleyball, Dodge Ball, Kendo, Mogul Skiing, Snowboard Cross, and even Figure Skating!

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Synopsis

Ten sports. Zero controllers. Play your favorite sports with complete freedom to move in this first Deca collection designed for Xbox Kinect. Swing rackets, spike volleyballs, throw uppercuts, glide across the ice, and much more as you play each game with complete realism. Choose from Tennis, Boxing, Figure Skating, Archery, Snowboard Cross, Mogul Skiing, Dodge Ball, Kendo, Beach Volleyball, and Paintball. If you do well, your avatar will score perks just like a real athlete, earning licensed Adidas apparel to wear in-game. If you do really well, your avatar can even take the clothes outside the Deca world.

 

Swing a tennis racquet
Swing a tennis racquet
dodgeball, kendo, mogul skiing
dodgeball, kendo, mogul skiing

Features

  • Enact sports moves to bring 10 athletic games to life — without a controller, thanks to Kinect compatibility (Kinect not included)
  • Swing a tennis racquet, jab with your hand, pull back on the bowstring and more to control the sports action
  • Experience 10 different sports events: tennis, boxing, archery, paintball, beach volleyball, dodgeball, kendo, mogul skiing, snowboard cross and figure skating
  • Challenge local and regional DECAthletes to sports competitions online
  • Unlock the latest sports gear and fashions from Adidas to clothe your player in the game, and even win clothes for your avatar to wear out of the game

Product Details

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  • ASIN: B003TJVKAS
  • Product Dimensions: 5.4 x 0.6 x 7.5 inches ; 4.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 18, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 2.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (135 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,803 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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45 of 47 people found the following review helpful By JDThird TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 18, 2010
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Just arrived, but seems pretty buggy in the interface. All the other games have no problems showing the "hand cursor" so you know where your are in relationship to the buttons to press. This game seems to have them about half the time. The other half, there's a button, and moving your arm around with no guidance on the screen, it's a hit and miss trying to orient exactly where the system thinks your hand is so you can guess which way to move it to hit the button.

Happens every time we play.

Game controls are more of a pain than anything else as well, and this is by far the least responsive Kinect game of all the ones I've got so far.

Doing the skiing is pretty impossible, as it just can't seem to correctly see my movements nor my sons. So frustration ensues and the game gets put away in favor of the ones that play well.

The kendo game seemed like it would be pretty cool, but that's another with not great body movements for control, and another instance where you can do things and the character just sits there on screen, no input being taken in by the system.

It could be a decent game, but they're going to have to put out some patches first to make it actually playable before it becomes enjoyable.
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40 of 43 people found the following review helpful By William James Howell on November 18, 2010
My kids and I were really excited about this game. We choose to wait for it instead of kinect sports.

But when we got it home today -- first thing we noticed -- it was a battle to select Next or Back.
In all the other games, that I have played the sensor has been quick and responsive. In this one it works sometimes then stops.

The game play: This should have been a great area with as many games as there are, but it freezes like your controller is broken stuck to the left -- of course this is only sometimes -- other times it works great.
Multilayer becomes even more frustrating -- one of the players controls could work fine and the others not or both work fine or both mess up.
More frustrating yet is the movements to play the game. You can't be sure which is the correct way to move because the same movement doesn't always work.

And the absolutely worst part of this game, is the tutorial. Here, let me explain 10 moves one at a time. You will have to click next after each one. Good you remember all of those Now we will have you practice the first one -- what you forgot that one ok back up and go through the entire instruction screen again.

I can't recommend this game -- I expected it to be great -- and all I can say is don't make my mistake -- Stay away from this one -- get it next year for $5 dollars used if you must try it.

I don't even see how patches can fix it. It would be clunky even if it worked great.
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on November 27, 2010
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I agree with every other poster - it is that bad. Glitchy, impossible to navigate the menus, can't hit the buttons, extremely short game play then loads of animations, doesn't track your movements correctly.

Sorry, Deca - this sucks.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Stephanie Hopkins on November 19, 2010
I think this is only my second review on any product, but this one compels me.

Yeah, what they all said. What a dissappointment. There is no "hand" indicator that comes up to help with menus. You either eenie meenie miney mo happen to hit the right spot and get the circular motion that something's happening, or not. Just being able to maneuver the menus for next, back, etc is a "game" in and of itself. VERY frustrating.

The archery, which is the one I was most interested in, is the most buggy of all. The hand motion to release the arrow isn't recognized 70% of the time.

They're going to have to come out with some MAJOR patches and updates to make this one even playable. My brother (31) me (35) niece (9) and nephew (7) all gave up after an hour. We were all excited for this game. But it's torture, not fun.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Scott B on January 22, 2011
This seemed like it would be a good game. However, just as everyone has said, the game is very buggy. The sensor tracks you for awhile and then decides to track someone else. I haven't tried this game solo, perhaps it would work better then. All the characters look very cartoonish. The gameplay is very simplistic when you can get it to work. I'm going to have to trade this game in. I wish I checked out the reviews before I purchased it.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Godlike on March 30, 2014
I got this game used and it was terrible. Most of the reviews here agree and have already gone over all the things that suck about this. It was so bad that I wanted to see what other people said. See if there was a single person who enjoyed this game. To my great surprise 15 people said said it was a 5 star game!! Another 10 game it 4 stars. This game is so unbelievably terrible that it seemed suspicious to me that anyone would love it. I read all the reviews (one of them thought they were reviewing a shirt.) The other 14 had a very similar review style. They all reviewed everything 5 stars and gave the same description such as 40 some reviews titles "Nothing but a great product, totally recommended...do no think twice before buying this product since you will not regret it." that are all 5 stars. The review he left is the same as the title. Sure he could just be a regular guy who doesn't like to get detailed and just wants to give a good review and only reviews what he likes. But the other 14 do the same. A couple do only review this game. I did see one thats only negative review was this games competition.

Point is it seems extra fishy. So I Googled up paid reviews and it appears this is more common a thing than I thought.
I feel like a kid who just learned that a holiday figure isnt real. The moral of the story is to double check when you read a favorable review. AND that this game is a expensive coaster.
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