Play this game before eating, not after! Using the Kinect and controller simultaneously, you’ll take the spot as the protagonist, Commander Cherry as you navigate a bizarre and colourful world, using photos of yourself to get across pit falls, up mountains and more. It’s not the first time this has been done, but I’ve gotta say, I had fun. Is there a storyline? I’m not sure...[Read More]
What started as a brilliant way to distract yourself from either your homework, your boss, your partner, awkward arguments with the in-laws, the smelly old cat-lady at the bus stop and much, much, much more, in 2011 came to our beloved Xbox 360s as Fruit Ninja Kinect. Following it’s great success and the fan base of the well loved, aussies Halfbrick Studios, the guys behind possibly the best...[Read More]
Microsoft have announced that Rare’s first party Kinect title, Kinect Sports Rivals will release this spring on April 8 in the US, Australia, and New Zealand, and April 11 in Europe
Wanted to know how long it will take to boot up your Xbox One via Kinect voice command? Well Major Nelson’s got you covered. Larry (A.K.A Major Nelson) took to Instagram to post a video demonstrating the feature by saying “Xbox on”. When said both the TV and Xbox One turned on, recognised who said the command and logged him into his account. Check out the command in action below....[Read More]
With Gamescom 2013 finally drawing to a close last Sunday, we’re sure everyone’s had enough time to digest the latest information regarding the next-gen. Whilst the Xbox One has been hampered with a mostly negative public reaction since it’s unveiling at E3 back in May, Microsoft have boldly changed many aspects of their original policy (and in doing so, arguably made some of the...[Read More]
With the release of the Xbox Kinect in November 2010, the sports genre saw a rise of new sports games. With the likes of Kinect Sports Seasons 1 and 2 heading the assault on the Xbox 360, one would wonder how the game is going to fare as a release title come this November’s release of the Xbox One. While sports game’s monopolist, EA Sports, have lined up an impressive release schedule ...[Read More]
Alongside the next-gen hardware on display at E3, Microsoft chose to reveal a newly styled version of the Xbox 360. Visually it shares alot of similarities with the Xbox One and is reported to be smaller, sleeker and quieter than the current ‘slim’ model. The pricing and bundles remain the same as before, with a 4 GB (no kinect) edition and a 250 GB (with kinect) edition respectively. ...[Read More]
As if it wasn’t easy enough to sit around all day doing nothing but play your 360, Microsoft have teamed together with Pizza Hut to make it easier*. There’s now no need to get off your favourite console to order a fresh pizza. Yum. Starting today, Microsoft are offering an app that will let you order pizzas through your 360, using your PizzaHut.com account to put the order through. Wha...[Read More]
Recent news released states that the Xbox 360 was the best-selling console in December, with around 1.4 million units sold. This helped cement the fact that the 360 has been the best-selling console for the 24th consecutive month!
So what does the future have in store for us in regards gaming, we’ve already seen a number of companies come out with Handheld consoles and rumours have been flying around about a new Xbox for quite sometime now. Lets take a look at what we know already: [ulist style=”5″] If you believe the document that was leaked back in June, it states that the new system will come with 3D Bl...[Read More]
A series of children’s TV shows will be coming to our Xboxs with Kinect integration.
Getting angry has never been so fun!