"Microsoft is holding no breaks in making sure the general public knows all about Kinect. What cooler spot to also show it than with Jimmy Fallon? "
Video is now live on the site
although i usually watch fallon. i'll have to catch an internet clip of it later.
it's nothing you have to see. trust me. zzzzzzz
I'm sure it's just the usual marketing stuff, so nothing really interesting. Pretty much learned everything about the device at E3.
The more I see this targeted at non-gamers, the sadder I get. I want a Kinect game I can be *proud* to own as a gamer. One day.
I saw it full of lag. The girls was standing there and her character just started twitching out of control. Plus you can clearly see the game is full of Lag. Regardless though i don't care...its a piece of tech directed to casual gamers so kudos to MS for this. Unfortunately i don't fall into the casual crowd so this does not interest me one bit. What does interest me though is a cheaper 360 slim with a hard drive and wifi capablities for 50 or maybe 100 bucks cheaper
was pretty funny. same demos they showed at E3 though. Nothing new. But they sure are marketing it quick.
Yeah they did the same thing the day after they announced Natal last year with Good Morning America and Fallon back when it was called Natal. No doubt this thing will sell I suspect. Will it succeed technically though is the question
well they did say they are launching this like the launch of a new xbox.
Not at $150 it won't.
Well they price has not been 'confirmed' yet by anyone....
wow first that girl's co-worker hosts the Kinect event and now she's her playing it. I see the audience Microsoft is definitely going after with Bieber, Cosgrove and McCurdy - teenage pop audiences.
it's that female crowd that they would love to hook into...
She's kind of hot. /pedobear Boring show.
hey...what can I say >_>
Interesting. They did the same last year as well.
Whoever gave Jimmy Fallon his own show should be shot!!! It's just awkward! The audience feels awkward. He feels awkward. Jimmy Fallon is a terrible comedian! Who actually enjoys watching this show?
Woah, Mr. Negative. What's with your pessimistic attitude lately? Every post you're ripping on something. You used to be somewhat unbiased with your comments, but I guess people change.
Girlfriend broke up with me. :( I'll get over it. I've just been mean lately.
Sorry to hear that leon. No matter, a few more weeks of kinect trolling and general anti MS negativity will have you right as rain. Chin up and troll on!
maybe learn how to dance with Dance Central and you can get more chicks at the club :-p all jokes aside he does come off at first as rather stupid if you just catch glimpses of him
LMAO her Avatar jumped when she wasn't even issueing the command!! It was Hella Laggy!! Did you guys watch? What a disaster :/
you notice how she was standing I wonder if how she held her elbows against her body had some kind of negative impact on the software trying to figure out what she was doing... things like this will be ironed out
They've shown it on that show before with Burnout. Tomorrow is supposed to be Killzone 3. Oh, and I wish Jimmy would leave so Conan can come back to NBC. EDIT: @soul - Yeah, I saw that two. And apparently having one person jump as opposed to two wouldn't make much difference. You jump at the same height either way.
I agree Jimmy sucks, Conan was much better.
2:16.. "So what games are coming out for the Wii..." You could see Jimmy go :S theres video here watch it lol http://kotaku.com/5569409/w...
Freudian slip? I think so. LOL.
He's a stealth troll! He's trying to make fun of Kinect! haha jk
My kids watch I Carly and i think that the blonde one is alot more talented than Miss Cosgrove, she always looks like a smug little tw@t
I'm actually quite interested in Kinect. But the lag keeps putting me off. :(
I think it good that Microsoft is doing this. If they continues to do this, Kinect will do very well.
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