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Microsoft is paying around $150 in total manufacturing costs for each Kinect unit, Develop understands.
Burger King has announced a deal with Microsoft to support the launch of the upcoming Kinect controller, released in the US on November 4. No details have been confirmed as ...
Was Microsoft’s Kinect a disappointment? Convention-hall wisdom already seems to suggest so.
There was a certain whiff of familiarity to Microsoft’s Kinect E3 line-up.
Activision is not yet developing any titles for either the Microsoft Kinect or PlayStation Move.
Support for Microsoft’s Kinect has not been confirmed for Metal Gear Solid: Rising, a producer working on the game has confirmed.
With core game support for Move growing at a steady pace, the lack of traditional Xbox titles included in the Kinect launch line-up has stirred a few feathers. But Microsoft ...
Ubisoft will be rolling out two motion-controlled sports compilations this Q4 in order to support Microsoft and Sony’s hardware launches.
Though we’re still waiting for an official RRP for Microsoft’s Kinect motion camera, UK retailer GAME has told MCV that interest in the device amongst consumers is proving strong.
Although the actual Expo itself doesn't start until later today, yesterday E3 was opened in spectacular fashion, with Microsoft, EA, Ubisoft and Virgin press conferences.
A Kinect exclusive Sonic the Hedgehog title has been confirmed by Sega which will be available to buy on the motion accessory’s launch day.
Ubisoft has unveiled Michael Jackson: The Game, a new dance title that puts players in the shoes of the legendary popstar.
Kinect Sports, Your Shape, Mel B's Get Fit, Dance Central, EA Sports Active... and now The Biggest Loser.
EA has confirmed that a Kinect version of its EA Sports Active 2 game is in development at its Vancouver studio.
Consumers can pre-order Kinect from GAME right now.
THQ will release The Biggest Loser Ultimate Workout will be released for Xbox 360 this Christmas.
Microsoft has confirmed at today's E3 press conference that Forza 3 will get support for Kinect; the 360 motion controller formerly know as Natal.
Microsoft laid out an ambitious stall of products, service updates and new hardware at E3 today - all part of a drive to reach hundreds of millions of gamers.