The Fighter Within Xbox One's Kinect Fighting Game Revealed Rev 3

Can a motion-driven fighting game actually work? Ubisoft is hoping it can with their Xbox One exclusive THE FIGHTER WITHIN. Adam Sessler got a chance to visiit Ubisoft's offices recently to learn more about the title and try it out for himself.

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thetruthx11703d ago

So this game doesn't look nearly as bad as the Sony fanboys made it sound

rdgneoz31703d ago

The graphics look good, its the lag that is bad.

thereapersson1703d ago

I really want to jump on board with the Kinect system, but the lag would really bother me. I think it will take another generation before this really becomes what we have wanted, unless Microsoft can swap resources to Kinect to decrease latency. It is certainly less laggy than the X360's Kinect system, but it still has a bit of a way to go judging from that video I just watched.

I need to play Kinect in a store this holiday to get a feel for just how much the lag impedes the gameplay. It seems other developers are making due so hopefully it won't be an issue for most people.

GreenRanger1703d ago (Edited 1703d ago )

With the reduced lag in the new Kinect, this might actually be playable by Kinect users. (i.e. not me)

Just don't play it with a rooster.

AngelicIceDiamond1703d ago

@Truth Wait, your listening to Sony fanboys?

thetruthx11703d ago

Lol No I just read the bias remarks and knew it wouldn't be the worst game like they were implying

No_Limit1703d ago

Looks pretty interesting. Will give it a gamefly rental

ion6661703d ago

if it doesnt work thats the end of kinect *farts*

Lord_Sloth1703d ago

So kicks are automated and not actually yours because some people playing aren't physically active. I accept that but what about those of us that CAN kick somebody our height in the face? Some of us are active enough in Martial Arts. No option to turn off the auto kicks? That makes me lose interest. I love my footwork in a fight.

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