123Kinect writes: "123Kinect's frequenter Yaniv just alerted us of the availability of the Kinect Sports 2 demo on XBOX Live!"
First impressions added. Golf & Tennis are included in the demo.
Why would MS put a demo onto a pay service when this type of game is targeted at casuals who don't play a console online as often as a core gamer? @mark... yeah that makes sense.
Because they want casual's to sign up for Xbox live gold too...
I own both the 360 and PS3. Why is asking a simple question always seem to turn into soem sort of fight?
Demos are also free to download for Silver (free members) on Xbox Live. It's just a week delay.
GOTY! Another Amazing exclusive for 360!!
The voice controls are smooth!
Good to hear! There is nothing better then shaking one's ass in front of TV. This was the reason I got into gaming. I hope Kinectimals 3 also gets released quickly. Cant wait! I am so proud of Microsoft! They do sooo much for gaming!
More than 3 million people enjoyed Kinect Sports, so yes it is a very welcome game. I enjoyed it a lot!
Good to hear! Like I said... There is nothing better then shaking one's ass in front of TV. This was the reason I got into gaming. I hope Kinectimals 3 also gets released quickly. Cant wait! I am so proud of Microsoft! They do sooo much for gaming!We need more dedicated gamers like you gamingdroid. Now excuse me while I wipe a tear from my eye.
Why are you getting so butthurt about a good game being exclusive to a motion control platform? Hardcore gamers somehow being "above" casual gaming is the stupidest thing ever. Fun is fun, regardless of platform, genre, or audience.
It's usually immaturity that causes people to say things to *appear* elevated above someone else. However, everyone can see right through it and spot the insecurity immediately.
The bowling was sweet in the first game its the only event i really liked but i still play it alot just for that,ill check this out for sure.
I will DL when I get home.
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