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: The game is one of the most imaginative and enjoyable shooters that I have ever had the pleasure of partaking in. Forget playing with a controller, playing with the Kinect is the way to go here. It's an undeniably trippy experience, waving your arms in front of the screen as you destroy all the obstacles and projectiles preventing you from getting to Lumi, the girl you're tasked to save.
Summary: No cookie cutter program here, and I rarely give 5-stars for anything. Mix EPCOT and Daft Punk and this is a lot of fun. Every cut to a new world is mesmerizing - it makes my 50" TV feel small, would love to see this on a house-sized screen.
A beautiful, almost psychedelic trip into virtual code breaking!
8 August 2012
Summary: This game completely caught my attention and imagination. Such a simple design, but very deep as well. In fact I think it's one of the coolest designs I have ever seen. The game play with the Kinect is pretty solid and fun. Getting the card made it extremely easy to receive and start playing immediately! If you're looking for a fun Kinect game, this is it. Also if you are into the whole Psychedelic movement, you might want to check this out.
Summary: I really love playing this game, whether I'm using the controller or Kinect (though I'm better with Kinect). It has amazing graphics & music, & it's a great experience to play through all of it to get the Lumi's Garden rewards, I like those.
Child of Eden is a beutiful gaming experience for the ears and eyes.
20 April 2012
Summary: From the creators of REZ (also REZ HD on the Xbox 360) Child of Eden puts you in the same type of "on rails" environment, and like REZ it uses music and visuals to make it not only a game but an experience. I prefer a controller but it can also use Kinect. Both REZ HD and Child of Eden have 5.1 audio options, and sound fabulous on a 5.1 audio system. The music interaction with the game is half of the experience.