It’s tough to recommend Kinect Sports to anyone who owns either of the Wii Sports entries or PlayStation Move Sports because they’re pretty similar. And with few exceptions, Rare’s completely controller-less take doesn’t bring much to the arm-flailing Olympics. That said, highlights such as beaning a goal-aimed soccer ball and setting ping pong projectiles ablaze certainly make you feel Kinect-ed. If you’re not too keen on soccer or table tennis, then feel free to knock a few points off this score, since those are the main reasons to play the game. Finally, if you’re completely new to the motion-controlled sports world this could provide some decent, active entertainment.