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Submitted by -Mezzo- 1558d ago | review

IGN - PowerUp Heroes Review

IGN - Here's the thing about video games: Our means of interaction in their fictional worlds is restricted by the specific set of controls we're given, so that input has to work flawlessly. The controller is our best means of touching stuff -- we pull the trigger and we shoot, we press a button and we jump -- because it responds to our reactions in real time. For Kinect to work long-term, we need it to cooperate with what we're playing. To get there, we need fewer games like PowerUp Heroes. (PowerUp Heroes, Xbox 360) 5.5/10

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