In some scenes from the Star Wars Kinect trailer you will see explosions that jump out of the screen visually... is this a hint at Xbox 360s 3D feature? To be announced this morning at Microsoft's e3 press conference?
from the video which has been posted on youtube, this game looks terrible, would have worked so much better with move, but that's just my opinion. video: 53 seconds in to see what I mean
Oops. MS better have some Halo and a new Xbox for people to focus on.
Looks pretty cool to me and I'm a hardcore gamer. This will probably sell millions. Just imagine casuals seeing this on TV. Kinect sales are going to rocket up again.
I agree with you man, my son will love this, and I will try it out too.
apparently people like the look of the lag, slow, on-rails gameplay?? oh well each to their own I guess :)
I still don't see how they can make "true" 3D work through a 1.2 cable.
damn that doesnt look good at all for core fans , looks like its on rails again and theres delay .
i also cant se "true" 3D in KZ3 or Gran Turismo.. i only see TRUE 3D in IMAX cinemas.
Thankfully I live in a three dimensional universe. So I see True 3D everywhere I look.
Actually you live in a 4 dimensional universe. time is considered the forth. do some homework.
If the price is right I'll get it for my son. He loves star wars. Has all the movies and about 5 different light sabres. We even went to disney a few years ago during star wars summer. He likes simple games that are just fun. Of course he's only 5 so he has a different perspective on what fun is than us adults. His favorite games right now are wii sports, mario kart, and anything Sonic the hedgehog
this game looks terrible i would never buy something like this, if it was a move type game then controlls would have been ok but i still would have wanted standard controller input on top of that. but my kids love stuff like this, we only have move at the moment, if kinect come down in price its a deffo buy it thus purhasing SW kinect would be a must for them
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