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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 453d ago | interview

TGS: Interview with Swery65 - The Power of Kinect with D4: Dark Dreams Don’t Die

XW:Microsoft Studios and Access Games unveiled “D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die” for the first time at the Tokyo Game Show. The episodic noir adventure follows the story of David Young, a detective with the ability to travel back in time who must use his power to solve his wife’s murder and prevent it from ever occurring. (D4, SWERY, Xbox One)

swerve121  +   453d ago
I ve been waiting on some news about this game. Im really looking forward to it.
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XboxFun  +   453d ago
Hell yea! This is exactly what I'm talking about. I really hope it's just as out there and strange as Deadly Premonition.

I'm also really excited to see how the Kinect works for this. This is exactly why it is good the MS included a Kinect in every box.

A definite buy for the Xbox One!
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Convas  +   453d ago
It also can be played with controller which is an excellent two-fold play on MS' part.

Include Kinect so devs have incentive to do something unique or different with their games, but also keep controller play on the table for those who want it.

There really isn't a way to lose in that situation.
XboxFun  +   453d ago
I definitely agree.

I like the fact that any dev can have access to the Kinect in conjunction with the controller and not have to worry about if anyone not owning the peripheral.

It's 100% guaranteed an Xbox One owner will have it and use it in the way the dev intended it to be.
Bigpappy  +   453d ago
I think I might end up thanking M$ for FORCING Kinect on me. This game sounds interesting and mysterious. I am not praising anything I have not yet experienced, but the fact that M$ is not really hyping Kinect, to me means that they are now learning a lot of stuff that they are not ready to make public. This new Kinect will not get the same push that the first one got. That is because they don't need to sell it. They just have to focus on teaching developers how to tap into its features, LOL.

Hope this guy isn't going to try to make me kiss an on screen chick. That is just not going to happen.
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christocolus  +   453d ago
im really looking forward to this now.it looks like kinect will finally prove itself ..
edonus  +   453d ago
I will be getting this one for sure. This is how you support innovation and technology. I am already kinect initiated, I can use it i like using it any game that gives the option of kinect or controller I will probably be opting for kinect.

I am sure as more people experience it they will grow to love the interaction and immersion. I still feel games like are only scratching the surface of what kinect can do for gaming. As more people become more familiar the experiences will become more expansive and intricate. I am really looking forward to this generation of motion controls.

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