Category:  Kinect

By Ernice Gilbert, April 12, 2012 3 Bethesda, Kinect, News, Xbox 360

Tweet Bethesda has announced that the Xbox 360 version of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim will now feature Kinect support, coming with over 200 voice commands and other special functionality. There’s a trailer below the break to demonstrate how it’ll… Read More »

By Ernice Gilbert, April 8, 2012 1 Epic Games, Kinect, Microsoft, News, Xbox 360

Tweet Epic Games’ chief designer Cliff Bleszinski has made known to Gamespot that Gears of War: Exile, the rumored on-rails Kinect title has been canned.

By Ernice Gilbert, February 28, 2012 3 Kinect, Microsoft, News

Tweet Microsoft’s announced a new Xbox 360 Kinect bundle all dressed in white, with a glossy finish.

By Ernice Gilbert, January 10, 2012 0 Kinect, Microsoft, News

Tweet Two years ago Kinect was launched, and two years ago no one, except the zealots at Microsoft predicted such huge returns: Kinect has now sold over 18 million units and will be available on PC starting next month.

By Ernice Gilbert, December 9, 2011 5 Kinect, Microsoft, News

Tweet Crytek’s been hard at work on Kinect-enabled title dubbed Ryse, a game that was supposed to be released on Xbox 360, but according to an employee of the studio, development of the game has been moved to the next… Read More »

By Ernice Gilbert, November 24, 2011 4 Kinect, Microsoft, News

Tweet Microsoft is aggressively seeking partners to include its motion sensor Kinect into next generations TV sets, as the firm position’s itself for battle with Google TV and Apple’s upcoming Siri TV.

Crytek Has “Fallen In Love” With Kinect, Says Microsoft

By Ernice Gilbert, July 4, 2011 2 Development, Kinect, Microsoft, News

Tweet While the hardcore gamer crowd might be loafing Kinect, Crytek is yet to give up hope, building a Kinect-only game called Ryse it hopes will connect with said crowd. It’s a win-win situation for Microsoft that Crytek is so… Read More »

MS: Kinect Has Improved Since Launch

By Ernice Gilbert, June 30, 2011 1 Kinect, Microsoft, News, Xbox 360

Tweet Kinect has become the fastest-selling consumer electronic all of time, according to MS, but the thing has some issues. Accuracy issues, recognition issues, delay issues. Are they all fixed? MS wouldn’t say it’s completely perfect, but what is, right?… Read More »

Molyneux: “Kinect Has Some Real Problems

By Ernice Gilbert, June 21, 2011 2 Kinect, Microsoft, News, Xbox 360

Sega To Support Kinect “Going Forward”

By Ernice Gilbert, June 20, 2011 2 Kinect, News, Sega

Tweet Sega West CEO Mike Hayes has said that moving forward, his company will not only make a game or two for Kinect, but will fully support the peripheral moving forward.

Kinect Support Confirmed For Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary

By Ernice Gilbert, June 20, 2011 2 Kinect, Microsoft, News

Tweet Microsoft Game Studios boss Phil Spencer has confirmed to Gamespot in a recent interview that when the Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary is released, it’ll support some form of Kinect interaction.

Microsoft Readies Kinect-Driven Advertising

By Ernice Gilbert, June 14, 2011 3 Hot, Kinect, Microsoft, News, PS3, Xbox 360

Tweet A new traded recently spotted suggests that Microsoft is about to go all out with Kinect advertising.

Video Thirst: Ghost Recon: Future Soldier Kinect Gunsmith Trailer Looks Tiring, But Fun

By Ernice Gilbert, June 13, 2011 6 Hot, Kinect, News, PC, PS3, Xbox 360

Tweet Ubisoft’s gone live with a new Ghost Recon: Future Soldier trailer, this time showing how Kinect-lovers will use the peripheral to control his gun arsenal.

All Future First-Party Xbox 360 Titles Will Feature Kinect Support

By Ernice Gilbert, June 10, 2011 2 E3, E3 2011, Kinect, Microsoft, News, Xbox 360

Tweet It’s true, soon you’ll be able to play Gears of War, Halo, Alan Wake and other Xbox 360 exclusive titles without a controller and with Kinect.

Video Thirst: Forza Motorsport Gameplay Footage Races Onto The Net, Impresses

By Ernice Gilbert, June 9, 2011 3 E3, E3 2011, Hot, Kinect, Microsoft, News, Xbox 360

Tweet Below the break you’ll quench 4 minutes of speeding Forza Motorsport 4 footage.