Excerpt: Kinect Sports came onto the scene along with the shiny new Kinect hardware last year. Much like Wii Sports did, it served as an example of what the tool was capable of. However, though it had its frustrations, it still was an enjoyable experience.
Excerpt: Family Friendly Gaming was very impressed with Kinect Sports Season Two. I then realized that we had never reviewed the original. So I went out there, purchased a copy so we could get some education into the roots of the franchise. I am so very glad that I did.
Conclusion: Boxing-One of my Faves in this game good for cardio,a good workout plus it's really fun. along with these sports are mini game but i have yet to play them but it's 1-4 players for them. All the events you can play online either with a friend or against a random oppoent.
Conclusion: So the final verdict, is it better than last year? It offers a more complete package and the interfaces are much improved, but some of the sports lack the pace and excitement which really makes this a key party piece. It still goes down though as one of the best Kinect titles money can buy.
Conclusion: Even so, if you're bagging yourself a Kinect and are trying to decide which launch titles to pick up, Kinect Sports is definitely worth considering. There are moments of pure unadulterated joy packed into this sports compilation, and although it's all over rather rapidly, it's a great ride while it...
Excerpt: I went into Kinect Sports fully prepared to hate it. Even as I was playing, I was making mental notes of technical slip-ups, unnecessary faffing about in menu screens, and peculiar design choices.
Summary: Well to be honest I was more than a little surprised at this game. Ok it's not the greatest in the world but there are hints as to what the KINECT can do and the future looks good, myself being the kind of person who walks (don't do running) a mile when confronted by the thought of exercise, I...
Excerpt: Pinball is a funny beast. Superficially, it seems, well, superficial; easily dismissed as mindless high-score chasing. Take a deeper look, though, and it’s an eternally balletic dance with Newtonian physics. When done well, that is.