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.
Summary: So I say the trailer for this game and was instantly hooked. When I purchased this game all I found was boring, repetitive gameplay, but the visuals and sound... beautiful. Recommended to casuals.
Summary: On the one hand, this is a VERY unique kinect-based game. You are using just your hands for the game as you shoot at things, and the visuals are intentionally trippy and psychedelic. On the other hand, the older game Rez already _did_ the trippy visuals (same game developer) and there's not _really_ a lot different this time around in the actual gameplay.
Summary: This is without a doubt the worst integration of Kinect controls in a full retail title that I've seen yet. Tracking was inaccurate and motions were tedious, repetitive, and uncomfortable. With a controller, it's more than tolerable, but with a Kinect I found this to be quite literally unplayable. The developers have tried hard to separate this game from it's roots and paint it as something other than what it really is.
Summary: the game is fine for kids, like a kids version of a shoot em up, with a simple story line. i bought it for my 6 year old and i think she'd enjoy it more if she was more accomplished at working the kinect.
Excerpt: This game is a relaxed, slow-paced game that is available for Kinect on Xbox 360. The object of the game is to cleanse your Eden of bad creatures that exist in it, turn them good and put them in your Eden once more. The game is colorful, bright and stunning graphics. you can control the games visuals and sounds with a wave of your hand and you get to look at your Eden. The sounds are magical and you can customise them with Kinect and the value for money is great.