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- You Are The Superhero-Live out your dreams of becoming the ultimate hero by transforming your Xbox 360 avatar into a superhero, infusing it with powers and unleashing it, to feel powerful like never before!
- Collect Up To 20 Super Suits - Take on opponents each charged with a different set of deadly powers and best them in battle to seize their super suits, strip them of their abilities, and wield their power for your next battle!
- Full Body Brawl-Use your entire body to control how you fight: strike forward to launch projectiles, move your body to dodge attacks and have a friend hop in and unleash double-powered super assaults. PowerUp and Unleash!
- Take the Fight Online - Battle it out solo, in two-player versus or go online to face-off against other aspiring super heroes.
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The universe is in peril, and it's up to you to annihilate the forces of evil in PowerUP Heroes. Turn your Xbox360 avatar into a powerful superhero and face off in the ultimate cosmic showdown. Obliterate your enemy and seize their super suit and abilities to use in your next battle, like the mighty Necromancer suit which allows you to control a horde of skeletons, or the Mentalist suit to break into your enemy's mind. PowerUP Heroes is the ultimate super power-infused full-body fighting game for Kinect.
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I watched tons of videos on youtube of people trying to play this game. After watching them i questioned the responsiveness of the controls because it seemed like the player would do the motion but it wouldn't be translated in the game...
...after playing the full game finally, I can safely say that the video reviewers were a bunch of no-flair flabby fannies. I was launching Ultra chains left and right. Blasting and punching my eniemies into oblivion!!!!
The key to this game is THINK LIKE A POWER RANGER!!!
You have to really get into this game in order to really kick ass with it. The kinect picks up the moves so precisely. I can chain and ultra chain like there is no tomorrow. The trick is to visualize each move and plan ahead! Pay attention to the moves and move your body the way it asks. You will not be disappointed!!!
If you watch the same videos that I have, don't be discouraged by the sloppy play style. Every punch kick and block registered with the kinect. This game is alike a dream come true for me and I feel like a little kid again. it.
It is also packed with feature rich content like Practice, 2 Player splits screen, and online versus. You get more if you link your Ubisoft uplay account.
So last night i pop it in with some versus and I went 5 - 0 UNDEFEATED!!!!! (after 5 matches I was tired as hell!!) I got a PM from a kid asking how I launched the moves so fast and I told him, exactly what I am telling you now..act like you're a real super hero! The guy got it and I think he got the hint. Ill ask him tonight during the REMATCH!!!!
I recommend this game for anyone who has a kinect. I cant wait for a sequel!!!!!
When in a battle you are face to face with your enemy. You will have 3 powers to use, and the option of hand-to-hand. You have to use specific body movements to use the powers. One example is a ball of light/electricity to throw at your enemy. You have to hold your arms out to the side, and hold while the ball builds. Then you quickly bring your arms together, that will launch the ball at your enemy.
After using the power, it has to "power up" in order to use it again. So that gives you the option to use the other two powers, or try hand-to-hand.
To engage in hand-to-hand, you have to take a step forward to approach your enemy. The hand-to-hand isn't great, you have to follow specific commands given, and it doesn't last long. After a few moves you are back at your original starting position, and have to use powers again.
There are different types of upgrades available, but I haven't checked them out.
This is a great, addicting game that will definitely have you burning a few calories from the play.
Sometimes it's frustrating that the game won't pick up the basic moves properly (it gets confused about kneeing, punching, and uppercutting, which is the bulk of what you do). The advanced "powerup" moves work very well because they rely on larger motions, such as flapping your arms like a bird, using one arm like a whip, or doing the "kamehameha" from Dragonball-Z. It's rare for it to mess that up.
I think kids will prefer playing against adults unless the kids are evenly matched. While it's very fun and funny to watch kids learning the game and fighting each other, once they get comfortable a consistent advantage in timing will mean one kid completely destroys the other, match after match. Adults can moderate what they do to let the kids win.
KO --- YOU WIN!