Summary: I don't play a lot of Kinect games. Not because I'm lazy, but I don't think the technology is quite to the level it needs to be at to have an above-average experience. We have the Dance Central games, the Kinect Adventures, and the Hip-Hop Experience; all of which have pretty good detection controls and are more accurate than not in reading movements.
Summary: If you like to sit on your butt and press buttons ... forget it. This game does not use a controller and you will not be sitting. YOU MUST HAVE THE KINECT DEVICE TO PLAY THIS GAME. It lacks a bit in plot but more than makes up for it in action and "jump factor". The storyline takes you through a train wreck into the country side and through a creepy mansion in search of your kidnapped girlfriend.
Rise of the Nightmares-Good Game: Yes Flawless controls:NO
28 October 2013
Summary: I bought this game a couple of months ago when it came out on sale, I saw the reviews saying it was definitively a scary game for the Kinect and I thought it looked worth the price. I think it's safe to say that the game is scary when you scream bloody murder while playing it, Yeah I'll admit it, this game horrified me. In a good way, in a way many horror games miss out on.
Summary: A missed opportunity! Doesn't fighting zombies using your hands and body sound cool?? Why can't Kinect be more like (the computer interface at the police station in) Minority Report?? Well, maybe that's asking too much. For this game, after the initial interest and acclimation to the movements, it's rather a drag to do anything. Don't bother unless it's a gift for a kid.