Summary: I bought this for my children, but I play it more than they do. You can get a good cardio work out playing the game. I beat all of my children at this game. My children are 16, 11, and 8. All girls except the 16 year old. I'm over 40.
Summary: Bought this for my 6-year old son, who is completely obsessed with super heroes. He loves the game, and just needed my help to understand that the figures shown on the side will light up when you have that particular power available (you can only use them every so often), and that they are also...
Summary: Power up heroes really is a kids game and if U judge it as that its rather impressive for a Kinect title. There could be more content and more diverse rather than repetitive fighting system, and more game modes. But for a $38 and 13 achievements its not bad.
Summary: the games pretty dope. Only problem is as the game progresses, naturally it gets harder but the computer becomes faster in response when in close-quarter combat and can be frustrating. this game is awesome for the kinect though. it really gets you going.
Summary: I love this game, and I'm 25 y/o. I own a few kinect games that all have gotten old after week three but this game keeps my interests. This is a must have game to show people what the kinect system can really do
Summary: This is the best Kinect title I have ever played. I'll admit I have only played a few others; The Gunstringer, Your Shape Fitness Evolved and Kinect Adventures. The responsiveness is great in this game.
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: This is a fighting game for the kids. If you've played Dragon Ball Z or Virtual fighter, this is the genre that the game fits in. My nephews who are about 6 and 8 love playing this game. I've tried this game and it's good exercise.