Dive in with Michael Phelps to 'Push the Limit'

His first, Push the Limit, scheduled to be released in June, uses the Kinect hands-free control sensor for Microsoft's Xbox 360 system in lieu of a pool. Players stand upright and work their arms — no kicking required — in a variety of swimming stroke motions as they advance from introductory swim meets to championships.

"The better stroke technique you have, the faster you go," Phelps says.

"It's extremely realistic. If you had asked me five years ago if I ever thought I would have a video game coming out with swimming in it, I'm not sure what I would have said. I would never ever have thought it would be like it is. It is cool and fun."

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Bigpappy2606d ago

Looks like Kinect is making the 360 "the console to have", even if you own a PS3 or wii.

nygamer282606d ago

wasnt he caught smoking weed awhile ago?

Zeevious2605d ago (Edited 2605d ago )

So, the paid endorser who licensed their name and likeness to the game developer said it's "extremely realistic" "cool and fun" ?

Well...if that's not enough for me to believe my 360 needs Kinect and this game, I just don't know what other credible source I could believe.

Hold on, how about my ancestors?
Not the mystic Shaman ones...the New Jersey ones -- (Casts tea-bags)
NOTE: Lipton ONLY or invoke the dreaded Tetley curse of the East India Company!

Oops, this casts as "Horribly Bad Fate" but if you pay me a licensing deal (with complimentary bong) it reads "Bestus Game E'va!"