Summary: Our family is just starting to get into the Kinect games, so we haven't played many yet. I bought this game based on the other reviews and wow, we're not disappointed. It's really fun and responsive. It even gives you quite the workout for not being an actual fitness game. This is easily one of our favorite games so far. If you're like us and have always wanted to be a superhero, get this game!
Summary: One of the best game I've seen in a long time. Great for kids and teens. The movements are shown on the screen so you don't have to memorize them, its basically like having a walkthrough on the moves. When we have game night the younger kids love it because its so easy and the older kids luv the great multiplayer and that they get to pick their costumes and powers. Its been a hit and is constantly in rotation.
Summary: Use specified "gestures" to play this game and feel like a mighty "POWERUP Hero" as you pull off powers and combos that make anyone watching say "DAG!". You can collect powers from the characters you beat and bonuses as you level up. This and Kung-Fu High Impact get my "Highly Recommended" rating.
Summary: Of all the Kinect games I have tried this is closer to the top than the bottom. Not as good as Kinect Sports/Boxing, not as bad as Kinect Sports 2. My primary goal is exercise and burning calories, this helps me do it. But it is not as accurate/playable as Kinect Sports Boxing, which for me is the best out there. PowerUP does make me use both hands and legs, which is good.
Summary: I bought this for my son after he's played the Avengers game demo over and over. while this does seem to offer a little variety, it ultimately did become repetitive after a time and now is only played occasionally However for the price I can't argue the time we got out of it..
Summary: As other reviewers have noted, the game goes from too easy to impossible in the space of a couple fights. But that's not the only reason I'm giving it 2 stars. I thought this game would be more free form like Kung Fu: High Impact, but it's not. The fighters are pretty much rooted in their opposing spots, while you execute a predefined (and small) set of moves Final Fantasy style; these moves are triggered by motions that the Kinect watches for, which is not very...