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.
Summary: Just wanted to throw a warning out there... if you are someone prone to motion sickness, Child of Eden can trigger it. I bought it on launch day, really looking forward to playing. Played for about 15 minutes and started to get queasy.
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: I really enjoyed this game as did my son. We loved the graphics and the color. It was fantastic in the way. What was not so great was the length. We both finished the game in under 50min. If you are looking for a long game play with this one you will not get it unless you are a very poor shot.
Summary: Was expecting more based on all these good reviews. It's basically flapping your arms around as you're shown computer art; more specifically flapping your right arm most of the time and waving around your left arm if you see purple. It's ok, glad I got it for $25 in the BYOG1F sale at best buy.
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.