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Submitted by Bigpappy 683d ago | news

Don't flinch: how the new Kinect could let games trade gimmicks for true interactivity

The Verge wrote: The first version of Kinect promised to completely change how we play games. Instead of sitting on our couch with a controller, we'd be running, dancing, throwing, and shouting our way through level after level. The new version of Kinect, the one that will ship with every Xbox One console in November, initially seemed like more of the same: more data, more accurately, to the same end. But as we talk to game developers at E3 2013, it's quickly becoming clear that the next generation of motion gaming isn't about making us stand in front of our TVs and play. It's about watching us play, as we've always played, and reacting in kind. (Dead Rising 3, E3, RefleX, Ryse: Son of Rome, Xbox One)

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