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Submitted by JamesSterling87 828d ago | news

Kinect: Mars Rover Landing Available Now

To celebrate the voyage of the Curiosity Rover, (touching down on the red planet next month)NASA and Kinect Fun Labs have today released Kinect: Mars Rover Landing, which enables you to explore the surface of the red planet using NASA’s Curiosity Rover, controlled with using the sensor. (Kinect, Xbox 360)

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