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Kinect’s success in allowing users to play games with nothing other than their body is a remarkable technical achievement and a significant milestone in the history of gaming.
Kinect’s launch line-up provides no foretoken to the wild ideas that the peripheral will provide in the future, a tech executive at Rare believes.
Microsoft’s innovative controllerless peripheral, Kinect, has not been downgraded during its evolution from concept to final product, says an exec at UK studio Rare.
It’s “something of a chicken and egg thing”. That’s the challenge that Microsoft faces with the Kinect motion camera, according to EA’s European senior VP Jens Uwe Intat.
Bobby Kotick likes Kinect, but he does have one concern with it. For a boss famed for his sharp business sense and sharp attention to profits, can you imagine what ...
Microsoft and Sky have confirmed that Sky Player offer an interesting array of compatibility features with the motion camera Kinect come its launch on November 10th.
Microsoft has kicked off a nationwide competition allowing three winners to bring Kinect to their town or village.
Mindscape and Universal Music have announced that Dance Paradise will go on sale as Kinect launches on November 10th.
The US arm of retailer Best Buy is to increase the shelf space it gives to video games by cutting the allocation granted to DVDs and CDs.
The Xbox 360 Kinect will outsell Apple’s highly successful iPad – that’s the claim being made by Microsoft at the Tokyo Game Show.
Xbox 360 motion camera Kinect will sell over 3m units this holiday period following its launch this November, platform holder Microsoft has claimed.
Microsoft has announced the Kinect iteration of Brain Training will hit Europe in Q1 2011.
It has been a difficult period for the UK games market.
The trade will be treated to a good old fashioned format war next week when Sony steps into the motion controller ring – toe-to-toe with Nintendo, and two months before ...
A new site hosted by iconic Sony marketer Kevin Butler has dished out a number of comical digs to rival motion systems Wii and, in particular Kinect.
Microsoft has confirmed a new game from Dr Kawashima will be available when Kinect launches in Japan on November 20th.
Competitors hoping to release alternatives to Kinect will find it very difficult to replicate the advances found in the software powering the device, Microsoft has stated.
Kinect may be the pioneer of entirely controller-free games control, but there was a time in its development when both British developer Rare and Microsoft Game Studios boss Peter Molyneux ...
Xbox 360 platform holder Microsoft has finally admitted that many countries will not enjoy voice recognition support for Kinect when the device arrives in Europe in November.
A subtle revamp of the Xbox interface will help Microsoft further its reach into mainstream and family audiences.
The arrival of Kinect and Move this year does not mark the end of the traditional console hardware cycle, according to Ubisoft’s European MD Alain Corre.