Summary: I just don't like it, You can't control the character the way it should ... or could. Not sure what is going on. Might give it some more tries... I figured it wouldn't be the best game out there, but it was cheap - and it looked fun.
Summary: The answer is, it's both. The game itself is fairly limited, but what there is of it is reasonably fun. However, it's not a workout at all--unlike high-impact Kung Fu or Zumba or even the basic Kinect Sports games, you won't get any exercize with this game.
Not the virtual reality simulation of "extreme sports" I had hoped it would be
4 November 2011
Summary: The original Motion Sports was released about a year ago for the Kinect. The concept sounded great--simulate real sports, and use realistic graphics to immerse the player in the game. And instead of using controllers, allow players to control the action with their body.
Summary: Fortunately I received this game as a gift. I would have been disappointed if I had paid for it. MotionSports has a refreshing variety of sports games including hang gliding, skiing, and horse riding.
Summary: Disappointing. Not for young children! Doesn't detect them well. Overall setup: Very frustrating. To repeat an activity, you have to reboot from the main menu. Mini games are short overall, which means a lot of time standing around waiting for photos to take, menus to pop and games to load.
Summary: I think this game could have been fun but it really missed the mark in a lot of ways. I purchased this game as part of a bundle deal at Toys R Us. I thought it would be as fun or maybe better than Kinect Sports but I was very wrong.
Summary: This game was very frustrating at first. There two things I found you have to do with this game: 1. It does not work in the Kinect good zone. You have to have more space. It was cutting off my feet until I moved the couch and didn't respond to most jumps. 2.