Submitted by VGBMatt 1296d ago | review

Review: Leedmees - VGBlogger

VGBlogger writes, "In theory, Leedmees ought to be the perfect realization of Kinect’s body- and motion-recognition system—you raise or wave your arm or leg, and your colorful, spindly stick figure avatar does the same. In practice, the problems crop up immediately, beginning with the first time you’re asked to bend down and grab a Leedmee off the floor. Your avatar stutters and flickers as the camera tries to track your movement. As the levels increase in difficulty, corralling the high-stepping Leedmees demands a precision the camera isn’t always able to match." (Kinect, Leedmees (Kinect), Xbox 360) -

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