According to SEGA, Rise of Nightmares is going to offer plenty of hours gameplay for those gamers who like to see and do everything.
This is a game I hope really shows off Kinect in an opposite light for actual gamers, as opposed to all fluffy tigers and avatar racing. It's the first though, which has me concerned. I'll need to watch this one before commiting I think.
I would love for them to prove that with kinect. Because most kinect games are dissapointing gameplay wise.
what does that even mean?
I like to look of this game I wanna get it, but I scare easy lol might have to do what I did with Doom3 play for 10mins when the scary parts happen, turn off my xbox and go for a nice walk! lol
Yeah... but it's Kinect. On a day off, I'll play a game like Persona or World of Warcraft for six hour binges, but I don't have to keep flailing my arms about for those games. I could barely play Red Steel 2 for more than two hours at a time. and that was just one arm flailing about. I really don't think length is the way to go with motion-controlled games, you should go for replayability.
This is probably what she means.
Think of it as an opportunity to build arm muscles, which you are apparently lacking. =P
could be a good horror game but im not sure if i like the kinect gameplay
Finally a decent Kinnect game thats not kid friendly
This is the most promising game so far in the growing kenect library. (also Steel Batallion) I will not be buying this because i am not going to get kenect, but i am looking forward to playing this game in a friends house :)
yea i likes this
interesting will there an option to play without kinect? :)
"According to SEGA, Rise of Nightmares is going to offer plenty of hours gameplay for those gamers who like to see and do everything." "when asked about the single player only experience game length, we were informed that to see and do everything the game has to offer will provide some ten hours of gameplay" "single player.....ten hours of gameplay" ಠ_ಠ In all seriousness though this will hopefully be a nice change of pace than the other Kinect games that came out.
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