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Submitted by iamironman 1170d ago | review

Steel Battalion: Heavy Armor [Review] – A ‘hardcore’ Kinect game… (IncGamers)

IncGamers: Steel Battalion: Heavy Armor is simultaneously brave, brilliant, broken and bollocks. At its best it’s a genuinely interesting attempt from developer From Software (Dark Souls, Armored Core) to make the “hardcore” finally sit up and take notice of the 360′s Kinect. At its worst it’s a mash-up of poor mission design, horrendous controls, controller-smashing levels of frustration and a script that’s a sure-fire contender for the worst ever committed to disc. (Steel Battalion: Heavy Armor, Xbox 360) 6/10

beerkeg  +   1170d ago
That's a shame, I was quite looking forward to this, although I had heard similar complaints from some previews about the controls.
typikal82  +   1170d ago
Welcome to the Kinect

its sounds like they took all the worst parts of playing a kinect game and made them mandatory motion controls for the game
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