Summary: The sister sequel to Rez; Child of Eden expands to become an experience that is both fun to play as much as it is fun to watch.. It might not be the better game of the two but it's a motion control masterpiece and not too shabby with a controller either.... Think Panza Dragoon but abstract and absolutely beautiful!
Summary: An interesting experiment that was really enjoyable for me. The music is nice (check out Genki Rockets, I know them since Hevenly Star in Lumines 2) and the visuals are insanely cool, they gave me goosebumps in places. There isn't much I can say about this game as it's very short, but it was worth the 5€ I spent on it (was discounted on PSN). It's basically Rez with some additions, and in my opinion, a more enjoyable music and visuals.
Summary: It's not everyday that I try out a new game and become totally immersed in it...this game did that. Visuals and sound efx are outstanding. I wish I would have discovered this game sooner...I would've been willing to pay full price for this title.
Summary: This game is definitely meant to be played with Kinect controls rather than the standard 360 game controller. Combined with the controllers for force feedback, controlling with the Kinect is the most immersive experience where u just forget the interface and become one with the game. this is a game every one can enjoy.
Summary: This game is pretty strange. If you like shooting things, and only shooting things, with your hands, then you might like it. Literally, the whole game is waving your hands frantically at the screen to shoot virus-like swirling things/shapes. Very colorful. Will indeed give your arms a workout so that's good. Personally, I enjoyed it at first because we had just gotten Kinect but it gets boring pretty quickly. Would not spend more than $15.