Try our new beta! Click here
Submitted by JamesSterling87 1230d 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)

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
New stories

Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam Bros. Review [Nintendo Insider]

22m ago - Nintendo Insider writes: With unwavering charm, this resoundingly action-packed quest for the... | 3DS

Xenoblade Chronicles X Review [Nintendo Insider]

1h ago - Nintendo Insider writes: With Xenoblade Chronicles widely seen as Wii's swansong, it surpassed... | Wii U

HotLiked - What the Internet is talking about right now

Now - Kill some time at You will regret it... | Promoted post

Xenoblade Chronicles X Review - STN

1h ago - Xenoblade Chronicles X is the perfect example of what the Wii U is capable of and whilst it canno... | Wii U

Xenoblade Chronicles X Review: Breathtaking | GameZone

1h ago - GameZone: "In a year that was filled with games like Fallout 4, Bloodborne, The Witcher 3, Rocket... | Wii U

Snapimals Cheats: Guide, Tips & Strategy for Android/iPhone Game

1h ago - Postcard Pics are sold to visiting photo enthusiasts (a.k.a. your museum visitors). For Postcard... | iPhone