Fun game that actually turns YOU into the on-screen hero who takes on the bad guys!
Hose Nose "B-film buff", Amazon
9 February 2014
Summary: Don't know how they did it, but this video game for the Xbox 360 Kinect actually uses the live-time footage of you that's shot by the Kinect camera and ports your image into the gaming world as the good guy who must battle an army of enemy fighters! Whoa! It is so much fun to see yourself on screen, leaping around, shooting lightening bolts, doing impossible crazy back flips and duking it out with bizarre monsters and bosses.
Summary: Okay, so I didn't get much past the first level because I didn't feel like breaking my back in those awkward backflips to get away from the opponent. I love the concept and it worked swell, but I'm too lazy for this. (Notice how I didn't say "old") I think the kinect adventures is more my speed and even that left me pleasantly tired after a half hr of jumping, ducking, and running.
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 game is what people have wanted for a long time. It puts YOU actually in the game. Not a likeness of you, but actual pictures you pose for and video of you for the actual game play. There are no pre-programmed moves you have to try and do in order to accomplish anything, aside from a couple of "power moves" and a backflip so you can jump between certain levels.
Summary: I'm still working on this one, but I really like it and will be going back to it for some time to come. I bought the Kinect to keep myself active because I lose interest in excercise for its own sake. This is perfect for that because it has everything- arms, legs, jumps, etc. Very aerobic workout and a lot of fun.
Summary: So this is a really fun (and a good exercise) game.. once you get used to the weird controls. One of the problems is that the bad dudes are on your side so you have to turn your body but still look at the screen. The story mode is alright so far. chapter 2 is so hard but after you get to like chapter 4 it starts getting fun.
Summary: I am a big fan of the fighters uncaged Fighters Uncaged and that is the only other fighting game i have owned. From that standpoint i really like the way it puts your image into the game instead of you standing behind a figure of a guy that you are fighting for. What i don't like is the way all the fighting is lateral, there is no strait ahead smackdown. The cartoon part of the game i thought was just unnecessary because i want to start kicking some butt.
Summary: i actually am impressed on how the web cam format games are coming threw and developing, i think dance dance is an great impressive game i think the gameplay is not choppy and reads great to movement, i think this kung fu game is a great party get drunk with friends type of game, things can be improved on it do dought but it is good and later years will be great i love the aspect of having yourself be the person, now is this my first choice when i turn my system on, no...
Summary: If you have played the original Kung Fu Live on the PS3, you will have an idea of what to expect. However, you will want to greatly increase your expectations. Unlike the PS3 version, which relies on the PSEye, the Kinect version does not suffer from finicky lighting and issues separating backgrounds from the player.