Entries in 'kinect' (55)
D4, the next game from Hidetaka ‘Swery65’ Suehiro, will be released on Xbox One tomorrow.
Kinect title Dance Central Spotlight is now available to download on Xbox One.
A standalone offering of Xbox One’s camera peripheral Kinect will arrive in October, Microsoft has announced.
Xbox One sales in American have more than doubled following the release of a Kinect-less SKU, Microsoft has said.
There’s a new Turtles film out soon and Activision seemingly hopes to have a title out to capitalise on the hype.
Kinect may no longer be flavour of the month at Microsoft, but the camera will still be getting some dedicated functionality in upcoming racer Forza Horizon 2.
Xbox One’s voice commands will continue to be available even in games where developers have chosen to use the recently freed Kinect GPU power for other tasks.
Microsoft’s decision to drop Kinect from the new £349 Xbox One SKU will actually increase the number of Kinect units sold.
Kinect is listening… and obeying the commands of Breaking Bad’s Jesse Pinkman.
Retailer GameStop has suggested that the latest cut-price Xbox One bundle is selling well.
Bungie has been able to increase the resolution of Destiny on Xbox One thanks to the dropping of Kinect.
Kinect-controlled music title Fantasia: Music Evolved has been given an Xbox One and Xbox 360 release date.
Owners of Kinect-less Xbox Ones will not enjoy a performance boost over those who choose to attach a camera to their machine.
The latest Xbox One development kits afford programmers in the region of ten per cent additional processing power.
One UK retailer has already started selling Xbox One without Kinect.
Retailer GameStop reckons that consumers have started showing more interest in Xbox One since Microsoft announced a cut-price Kinect-less SKU is on the way.
Microsoft even toyed with the idea of building the Kinect into the Xbox One itself, Xbox One hardware designer Carl Ledbetter has said.
An unspecified number of jobs have been lost at Microsoft owned developer Rare.
Microsoft has insisted that not having a Kinect-free Xbox One SKU at launch was not a strategic error.
Microsoft's decision to remove Kinect from the Xbox One bundle has destroyed any possibility for developers to make games that realise the potential of the motion-sensing camera.
Microsoft may have bowed to market pressures and cut Kinect from Xbox One, but it hasn’t given up its Kinect charm offensive.
Microsoft decision to slash the price of Xbox One by dropping Kinect could propel the console to the front of the American next-gen race.
Microsoft says it does not intend to compensate those who paid full price for an Xbox One in November following yesterday’s price cut.
Microsoft today announced that it will sell the Xbox One without Kinect.
Available on June 9th, the £350 Kinect-less Xbox One is Microsoft’s biggest U-turn yet and represents a complete reversal of its controversial E3 strategy outline.