Microsoft began selling smaller downloadable games through its 35 million-member Xbox Live network, years before Apple’s iPhone and its App Store. The newest Xbox Live offering will be a Kinect-enabled version of iPhone hit Fruit Ninja.
microsoft is going to have the worst conference again it seems
was okay. They wowed everyone with Kinect. This year looks to be terrible. Unless they have some huge Halo or Forza announcement, it looks like they are going to embarrass themselves. PS Isn't this a damn Ipod game? Why the hell would people buy this for Kinect. Look at Angry Birds on the PS Store, no one bought that.
I dont think they wowed anyone with kinect at that conference..... Its common thought that nintendo ran away with e3 last year with, sony in a distant second. Nintendo and sony have the right idea. Come out with tons of EXCLUSIVES. This isnt one.
Woo Hoo!!!! It's an iphone game ported for Kinect!!! It's great that MS is really trying to appeal to the hardcore this year!!! /s
I hope everyone likes Kinect? MS are turning into Nintendo where as Nintendo could be going more Hardcore, well if the rumours are true, we will find out tomorrow!
i must admit fruit ninja is very fun on the ipod .
Hmmmm Infamous 2 God of war 4 (maybe) Starhawk Resistance 3 Last Gardian or Fruit ninja?
honestly I would change those sony exclusives. Theres too many action games and shooters. They dont do anything else anymore Nintendo still has the largest and most diverse exclusives. Action, shooter, rpg, puzzle, platformer, fighter, its all there
Yeah but there is a lot of games nintendo doesn't have and what hurts is that it doesn't have multiplats. The only good games I know of are: Metroid Prime, Smash Bros, Donkey Kong, Mario Galaxy, Twilight Princess, Mario Kart, Mad World, and (maybe)Red Steel. If anyone has anymore good games to include, do it.
A 99 cent iPad game with probably be 800-1200 MS points.
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