Summary: This game is pretty fun at first, but you need a lot of space because it requires you to make a lot of kicks and punches. It gets tiring kind of fast, and it's easy to run out of breath. The coolest part of this game is that it puts your own face on the main character.
Summary: This is a well designed Kinect game great for all ages. The bumpers between fights are like mad libs except with pictures taken by the kinect, Hilarious. This item is currently (8/2013) for sale on-demand through the xbox marketplace for $15 so if you have the hard drive space, I'd recommend going that route.
Summary: This beats any exercise game hands-down. It's the first Kinect game that actually translates your movements nearly 1-to-1 (except for the backflips of course) into the game itself. You will get an incredible workout and you won't even feel like you're exercising because you're so focused on kicking and punching and dodging the bad guys. Excellent humor value as well! I can't wait for the next Kinect title from this game company!!
Summary: I had high hopes for this game based on other reviews.... it's really cool how it scans you as a character into the game. The downside is the menus to setup the game are really confusing and it doesn't appear that you can play two player with two scanned in characters of your own... or if you can, I have no idea how to set it up for this.
Summary: This is a great and unique Kinect game. The idea is simple. It looks rough at first, but the gameplay is polished. There are no glitches because you have complete freedom to fight in any way. You get a workout no matter what you try. I take turns playing with my 6-year old son so that we can rest in between levels. The comic-strips with photos of the player superimposed can turn out to be hilarious. The game has a lot of replay value.