Kinect has so far proven to be enormous fun when played in spacious surroundings. The motion and vocal recognition is largely top-notch, despite a few inaccuracies cropping up in certain games. The launch lineup isn't the greatest, but most games in the initial batch of software feature some ingenious uses of the technology. It's not as versatile as the Wii or as accurate as the PlayStation Move and some may scoff at the high price point. However, considering that no additional controllers or peripherals are required in order to play the games in single or multiplayer, it actually offers pretty decent value for money and should prove to be a critical and commercial success with the release of a few more quality titles.