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D4 Gameplay Preview | Escapist

At a recent Xbox One preview event, Andrea Rene got to try D4, Dark Dream Don't Die, the new game from Swery65 featuring Kinect. She spoke with the development team about the story of the game and how Kinect controls are featured. (D4, Xbox One)

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christocolus  +   480d ago
keeping a close watch on this.
JackISbacK  +   480d ago
yeah this game is good for showcasing the new kinect ,which will be good glimpse that we are gona have this amazing things in futurein mor big games.
Dragonborn312  +   480d ago
I was not really interested in this when I first heard about it but seeing some gameplay videos it looks pretty funny and the kinect integration does not look that bad. In combat there are like kinect QTEs which in a way look more fun then just regular controller based QTEs. I also think it supports the standard controller which is great news.

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