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- Easily hook up with friends with Video Kinect, no headset required.
- Sign into your profile by just stepping in front of the sensor
- Kinect games give you the freedom to jump, duck, and spin your way through a unique adventure.
- Kinect uses cutting-edge technology to provide a whole new way to play
- Kinect Adventures game
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Kinect for Xbox 360 brings games and entertainment to life in extraordinary new ways with no controller required. Simply step in front of the sensor and Kinect recognizes you and responds to your gestures. Connecting in a whole new way is as easy as a wave of your hand. Kinect removes the last barrier between you and the experiences you love. Best of all, Kinect works with every Xbox 360 console.
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About Kinect Adventures Game (Included in the box)
Developer Information: Good Science Studio, formerly code-named “Spawnpoint,” is a Microsoft Game Studio game development studio founded in 2009 by a combination of industry veterans and creative newcomers. “Kinect Adventures” is the first title from Good Science. Float in outer space. Experience the thrill of roaring rapids. Tackle mountain top obstacle courses. And dive into the deep to explore a leaky underwater observatory — all from your living room. With “Kinect Adventures,” you are the controller as you jump, dodge and kick your way through exciting adventures set in a variety of exotic locations.
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Top customer reviews
You don't need a lot of room to do the game, and much of it can be done in a chair. The only thing I want to do is figure out how to keep it from taking my picture. Yikes.
It wasn't quite so wonderful as it was advertised to be.
If I had it over, would I buy this product again? It's worth maybe $20-$40 dollars to me; not really any more than that.
The games don't react that well, there's a delayed response time and a lot of errors. When they try to sell technology it should be ready. Remember when Nintendo released Duck Hunt with an old orange gun to shoot ducks? What if the gun shot straight 60% of the time? Would it still be fun? I vote no, that's why my Kinect collects dust.
The best game I found for it was power-up heroes, and it worked decent considering the problems.
The voice commands work, but you really have to yell; especially if you're trying to make a command while your Xbox is playing a movie (because you're shouting over the ambient noise). I paid $149 when it first came out; but I still would not recommend this product at $99. Overall, the cost isn't justified by the value.