More than 200 developers worked on upcoming Xbox 360 title

Ten studios collaborated on Kinect Star Wars

Ten studios collaborated on the development of the upcoming Xbox 360 title Kinect Star Wars.

As unearthed on NeoGaf, the LinkedIn profile of Microsoft senior producer Adam Joseph states that he supervised “one production company and nine external teams” on the game.

His profile also reveals that these teams, including companies such as Frontier Studios, Rhythm & Hues and Skywalker Sound, consisted of more than 200 people working on the project.

Kinect Star Wars, primarily developed by Texas studio Terminal Reality, features motion sensing games such as pod racing, a galactic dance-off and light sabre battles.

The game is set to be released on April 3rd.

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