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Submitted by Lionheart377 889d ago | interview

Interview: Double Fine succeeds in breaking the Kinect | StickSkills

StickSkills said, "This week saw the release of Double Fine’s latest crack at motion-controlled fun, Kinect Party. Brimming with unique content and dizzying visuals, this free downloadable title may not fit the traditional definition of a “game,” but it’s difficult to deny just how fun it can be. We recently had a chance to talk with Double Fine technical artist Drew Skillman, who was the leading man behind Kinect Party. As you’d guess, he had plenty to say about this new collection of bizarre activities." (Double Fine, Double Fine's Kinect Party, Industry, Xbox 360)

Sp1d3ynut  +   889d ago
And once again, the lack of integrity in gaming "journalism" rears it's ugly head. This is a very positive interview, yet they decide to go with the seemingly-negative-hit-generat ing headline.
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