Pay attention soldier, because this part is important: Steel Battalion: Heavy Armour is a busted videogame. At least in my experience, anyway. In my naivety, I presumed the Kinect-based nature of this mech/tank-controlling game would be well-suited to my generously spaced living room – especially considering most if not all of my Kinect experiences have worked pretty well in that area. But even after spending literally hours trying to get Steel Battalion: Heavy Armour to calibrate and adjust to my surroundings to even a semi-workable standard, I never quite got it to work as well as you would hope. Perplexingly, I did eventually manage to get the game working well enough in a friend’s bedroom using the same Kinect camera, despite it working with a much smaller space and drastically worse lighting than in my living room. I can’t tell you how or why these order of events occurred in the way they did, but I can tell you this: this is a bad game which you should not buy.