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TGS: How Dragon Ball Z for Kinect Misses the Point | IGN

IGN: "The entire appeal of motion gaming is immersion -- ideally, Kinect would amplify player agency by more actively involving you in a given experience. Dance Central excels here, in particular. Using your body rather than thumb flicks and trigger pulls to control a character should make you feel as though you've become someone else.

The potential to empower players in Dragon Ball Z for Kinect is enormous, but actually playing it is a constant reminder of how much fun you should be having." (Dragon Ball Z: For Kinect, Xbox 360)

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