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Gaming design and manufacturing firm Performance Designed Products has been named as the sole provider of officially licensed accessories for Microsoft’s Kinect.
UPDATE: Microsoft has issued the following statement to MCV.
Microsoft’s mixed message over its ambitions to market the Kinect motion cameras to the traditional hardcore Xbox 360 audience continues.
Konami has announced that its Kinect dancing game, Dance Masters, will come to Europe this November.
Ubisoft has announced Fighters Uncaged, a fighting game developed exclusively for Kinect.
Gamescom 2010 kicked off in Cologne yesterday with press conferences from Microsoft, EA and Sony.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows will offer Kinect support on Xbox 360 when it arrives at retail this November.
Kinect will be released across the UK and Europe on November 10th.
Though Q Entertainment’s Child of Eden will still support Kinect to some degree when it arrives at retail in 2011, the developer has now claimed that Microsoft’s motion camera is ...
Lazard Capital market analyst Colin Sebastian has increased his sales forecast for Microsoft’s Kinect for Q4 2010.
Microsoft’s European head of Game Studios Peter Molyneux has urged people not to judge Kinect by its early software and instead wait until developers have had the chance to truly ...
Reports have emerged that Microsoft’s Kinect will be able to understand American Sign Language.
Ambitious developer Peter Molyneux has made the brave admission that developing a game about the player’s relationship with a young boy presents particular challenges thanks to the very public fear ...
It seems that upcoming RPG Fable III will not now support Xbox 360’s motion camera Kinect, delivering a big blow to the peripheral’s hardcore-audience credentials.
Kinect and Move might herald a new era for peripherals and accessories firms.
With Microsoft sending out mixed messages about the potential hardcore appeal of Kinect, Ubisoft has claimed that one of its first Kinect titles will really “speak” to the core Xbox ...
News hub CNN has expressed serious reservations about the RRP Microsoft has slapped on the upcoming Xbox 360 motion camera Kinect.
Those wanting to try Kinect before deciding whether or not to invest in the device this Q4 will now get the chance thanks to five dates announced as part of ...
On face value, it’s easy to see the £130 asking price for Kinect as Microsoft echoing back to the original Xbox and its high £299 RRP. £129.99 looks like a ...
Despite initial scepticism over its price, Kinect looks set to be a big hit.
Electronic Arts could be the latest company to dedicate an entire studio to Kinect and motion control game development.
Two leading games analyst have come out on either side of the divide in the debate surrounding Microsoft’s £130 RRP for Kinect.