Kinect: Is It Dead, Or Just Resting?

As a proud, card-carrying Kinect owner, I try to defend my little toy whenever the subject of longevity is mentioned by friends, or colleagues. I remember when Kinect’s release day was drawing ever closer, and nay-sayers were expressing concern over how well the tech would work – some even went as far as to say it would be impossible to achieve the kind of things Microsoft were promising. I think it’s fair to say anybody with a pre-order in place had their buttocks clenched tighter than any human muscle should be, worried whether this £130 piece of mythical sci-fi hardware could deliver the goods.

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HuGi2755d ago

5.30PM U.K.

Another 15M to sell from now till January.

Surfaced2755d ago

I think this is bad timing for such an article.

E3 is days away, if you feel Kinect is dead, I'm sure Microsoft would love to change your mind at their press conference.

Personally I don't give a damn either way but I wanted to point that out.

Protag222755d ago

In the article, i do point out that e3 is days away, and discuss some games we cam hope to see more of there. I personally hope this e3 is great for kinect stuff, but well see!

KILLERAPP2755d ago

Is not dead same as the move, just like when the PS3 and 360 came out they had no great games, it them a year to get some good games out, so this year we are going to have enlist one great Kinect game and one great move game come out, both have sold respectable well now is time for the software to get better so more people buy Kinects and moves...

news4geeks2755d ago

Kinect is going too own sony and nintendo again this year. Kinects win is that the software caters to the majority. It will steal the show.

trounbyfire2755d ago

LOL you answered your our own question and no its fine

Protag222755d ago (Edited 2755d ago )

You dont have to be dead to be in a grave. Ever heard of being buried alive? :p