Wired: "In the motion control wars, Kinect made some pretty big promises. The Kinect requires no handheld (or any) controller on your person. It uses cameras, sensors and software to track a player’s motion and then translates that into on-screen movement. You were supposed to be able to play games without the need for physical controllers – your body would control the action. You could move your hands and feet – even your shoulders and booty – to play games. The Kinect went on sale yesterday and it was time to put those claims to the test."