Videogameszone published an impressive Kinect video from E3 2010.
i want the time i spent watching this back, impressive my ass.
this is no surprise though Microsoft always impresses Kinect is such an awesome name, for such an awesome piece of hardware
Green Ring is starting to fail at annoying people. His shit is so predictable and so sarcastic. He shouldn't even bother anymore.
It's a trap, he wants you to reply to him. That's why he keeps it up!
Ding ding ding we have a winner, I don't know who but I know evolution is the looser... so their must be a winner.
Man I wish you could take away this guys last bubble.
lol makes me laugh how many people take the bait from GreenRing over and over again!
Please take your hands and grab your shoulders and tug as hard as you can so your head comes out of MS's ass. Good god kid.
And we have one customer for Kinect so far! Yey for GreenRingOfLife. =/ .
Rofl GROL. You're probably the best troll on N4G. xD
Way to many distractions, I mean, Three Screens on each side? One Screen rotating? Dancers and Drums? Do they not want to show off they're Kinetic games they have for more than you know like a minute? I was interested in the star wars game but that preview only last like 15 seconds. Now I understand why many journalists (IGN, Gameinformer, Destructoid,etc) hated this event.
well in every reveal its usually a 2 minute showing look at the debut trailer of any game and youll see. then again it was just the announcement tomorrow and later on are time for showing off. but if u want it all at once then you should be pissed like the websites u named
WOW! LOL. When the Star Wars game popped up, I choked on my water from laughter and then the cheesy jump to finish the vid. LOL.
lol that shit looked choreographed. Almost as if they were playing a video and the people were pretending to be controlling the game.
@gta2800 haha thats EXACTLY the case. the avatars move before the players as if the games controllin the ppl...fail... AT LEAST sell it better!!!
@ crazydrummerlad You don't understand. It's the future of gaming: players controlled by their avatars. ))) .
during the water spin thing ... the girl on the right wasn't in sync at all with the video ..
interesting. In that video at 1:40-1:41, you can see the footage isn't 'live' and possibly with actors. The left avatar on the raft jumped before the kid with the blue shirt jumped.
Or perhaps it could have been lag :P
I saw many devices in gaming that had lag.. but never seen a device that has LEAD!!
LMFAO! WATCH CAREFULLY and you can tell it was so obviously that everything's scripted! None of this demonstration is real.. M$ a bunch of fake actors, and really bad acting ones too. AHAHAHA! C'mon Aaron Greenturd, let see how you pathetically spin this!
That was embarrassing.
wow that video was horrible, I saw lots of distractions and lag. Why dont they just show it straight up with out all this b.s around it. So we can see what it can and cant do.
Don't think it was lag, especially when the guy jumps between the two kids so he can pantomime the lightsaber game. That part was staged, but considering it was all part of the opening performance in general, looks like it anyway, there was really no choice.
If you pause the video on 56 seconds, you can clearly see the guy's arm is alot higher than the avatar's is, so there is definitely some lag there.
What I'm gathering from all this is what they taped tonight and will show on MTV is an attempt to wow the general Wii-type consumer while gamers get the facts the day before come Monday. Yeah, MS likely wasted the time of the gaming media that attended it, used them as props, but people here need to stop being critical of it.
Godmars is correct. It wasn't lag, it was actors lining up with pre-recorded footage. Everyone who was performing as if playing a video game had done extensive work to 'perform' towards the actions in the game. You can tell by the guy who jumps in to play the Star Wars game, his posture is already one just like the character on screen before it even shows up. Now, that doesn't mean there isn't lag. Just means you can't judge the lag based on performers who are matching their movements with pre-recorded footage.
It's was a performance piece..why would you have actors when it's just a performance show..it would be a million times more fatal if something failed during the live show.. Simple..put up a film..and let the actors do their thing..every article claimimg lag from the critics just FAILED..especially because it's obvious what they were trying to achieve.. We get it..a cheesy show that had journalists standing for over an hour in glow-in-the dark raincoats..and they barely showed the games It's clearly about the final product that shows up on MTV and not the behind the scenes antics Evil
....just....ROFL. just look at the starwars game the guy is not controlling the character(its just a video)....MS thinks gamers are idiot.
Looks like the screen was controlling the performer instead of it being the other way around. I hope the buu birds show up during MS event.
Their target audience are soccer mom and grandma, so in a sense they may succeed in deceiving these people although I have to wonder how many of those people actually watched the event?
It's going to be shown on MTV. Do you know what kind of people watch MTV? The same people who love Justin Beiber, that's who. So, I think if the music industry can make people like that 14 year old girl who has no talent whatsoever, Microsoft can sell Kinect to the soccer moms.