Booya Cuz is our Table Tennis expert and he has spent many hours with both the PS Move and the Xbox Kinect and their respective Table Tennis games. This week Booya Gadget released a new Sports Champions Table Tennis video that will concentrate on more advanced serving techniques.
Track and Field for Kinect Sports is the true gem of Microsoft’s popular motion sensor peripheral. The ability of Kinect to scan and interpret your entire body is what does set it apart from Playstation’s Move system. While Kinect is a fun, easy and competitive casual gaming system, I wasn’t too excited to continuing […]
Outside of Track n Field, Volleyball is my favorite mode in XBox Kinect Sports. It’s still Kinect style, casual, easy and fun and also has great graphics, sharing capability, online multiplayer, and great competition. Pretty much your basic Volleyball game, Bump-Set-Spike if you do it right. There is a little movement involved normally slight adjustments […]
Pass, kick, defend, shoot. That is Kinect Sports Soccer in 4 words. There is no dribbling, outside of slight lateral movements. Once again this highlights, Kinect’s focus on casual, party style gaming. It is fun, but I’d recommend playing the Target Kick mini-game mode if you wanted to get your visitor’s heart rate up. Soccer […]
Kinect Sports Boxing was fun while I had a friend over to help hammer the 360 Slim Kinect system, but I don’t have any serious urges to continue to play this game mode outside of going Achievement hunting. It was what I would describe as a human button smashing fest. Wild punches, mixed in with […]
I picked up the XBox Kinect Adventures Bundle at Best Buy for $150 at the time of this article. If you have the money, I’d recommend going with a Bigger Bundle (spend more) and pick up the XBox Slim too if you can. You’ll save money and love the Slim with it’s built-in Wireless N […]
Considering that Kinect Sports Table Tennis has no actual Paddle, it does pretty well to show the sensor’s ability to track you. This is a fun game, but it is most certainly a party game. Sure, you could have an intense battle with an equally skilled opponent, but at the end of the day, you’re […]
When it comes to Kinect’s new motion sensor peripheral, fitness and dance really get to shine. Personally I do not tend to be a Dance game person, but I certainly am a big fan of Music and similar rhythm games. Once again I was impressed with Microsoft’s Kinect system’s ability to easily track my movements, […]