Microsoft Kinect is both innovative and fun, a way for players to enjoy motion controlled video games without holding plastic remotes and other peripherals. It’s also a bit frustrating, as the first generation tech occasionally fails to work properly. There will be a small segment of the population that won’t be able to use it, largely because of their living situation. That makes it less user friendly than the Wii, but you shouldn’t dismiss this product. Although it costs $149.99, Kinect shows plenty of potential. It also has a handful of launch games that do a wonderful job showcasing its strengths.
With this in mind, here are a few additions and fixes that would make Kinect even better.
John Artest (RunDLC)