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Submitted by DaGreatDennis 1312d ago | review

Hole In The Wall | Review (Kinect/XBLA) | That Gamer Hub

"I remember the day I purchased my Kinect in vivid detail. I wandered into the store in a dreamy haze with a head full of hopes. Kinect was finally here and it was going to take gaming to the next level of interactivity! Voice recognition, infrared sensors and motion sensing camera all in one package. And the best part? No controller required! I, like most gamers, had seen the Milo demo for the Kinect, way back when it was still called Project Natal, and had to collect my lower jaw from the floor. The Minority Report type of interactivity we’ve all been waiting for in our gaming consoles had finally come and the possibilities were endless! Yet here we are, almost a year out from the launch, and Kinect games have failed to capitalize on much of that potential."

-Paul from That Gamer Hub (Hole in the Wall, Kinect, Xbox 360) 1/5

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