In a video interview conducted by the Gram.pl team, Mike Reed from Crytek stated that Ryse, a core-aimed Kinect title, is still well in production.
Yep i hope it isn't another Steel Battalion the last core game for Kinect. BTW i mean this in a good way because Steel Battalion was advertised as a core Kinect game and the controls were horrible despite the claims of many Kinect fanatics.
Wait its a Kinect game? Game doomed
Definitely. Not even Xbox fans defend Kinect, only the fanboys. Kinect is very good for what it does, entertaining the kids (at least at my place). I don't expect to ever play a 'core' game on the KINECT. Unless they made like a TWD type of game, where precise controls are not needed much. Kinect is just not for me, sorry.
I thought the game actually looked pretty until it was for Kinect then my interest dropped to nothing for this game.
I meant to put "good" after pretty. Lol Had to fix that since I can't edit my last post.
Kratos has really softened up over the years. Even using words like "pretty" to describe things he likes LMAO!!!
I wonder if Microsoft is paying them to support Kinect...? You know, there are bonuses thrown around for supporting such a device. What would be even better - but unlikely - is the ability to choose: the reliable controller for what seems-to-be an awesome-looking game or the crappy Kinect. But if Microsoft wants that game to say "Only with Kinect," then well...
They obviously are. No way Crytek looks at this and thinks it's a sound investment that will make them money.
It's going to be a "Xbox 720" game using advanced Kinect 2.0 technology. That is my guess anyway. I think it has taken way too much time w/ nothing mentioned about it to still come out on the 360 and the original Kinect.
Should have asked him if it's next gen, he seemed to be hinting at that..
Diskinecy= Not boerthing.
This game changed to Kinect optional i remember
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