Attention skyrimmers! Have you ever stood up after a hearty eight hour session of Skyrim and thought to yourself: “This game needs to be even more immersive”. Well now you’re in luck, because the mod community has provided Skyrim with a Kinect mod that adds one to one motion control movement, as well as voice commands. YouTube user KinectFAAST (definitely living up to his name considering the game’s only been [...]
Double Fine‘s Sesame Street: Once Upon A Monster is decidedly awesome, but if you want to know more about the creative process behind the game, you should definitely watch the three developer diaries behind the cut which focus on cooperative play, social/emotional curriculum, and creating the enchanting storybook world. Interviews and commentary from people involved at Double Fine behind the cut, including the always awesome Tim Schafer and Project Lead [...]
Elevent winter sports are now available on your home console with Winter Stars for Kinect on the 360, Move on the PS3, and Wii Balance Board on the Wii. It’s the right time of the year to pick this up, and you’ll be able to enjoy skiing, bobsledding and many more sports with each specialized controller. You can grab Winter Stars on Amazon for $39.99 on 360, and $29.99 on [...]
The Halo panel at New Your Comic Con brought with it additional details about how the Kinect will be utilized to enhance gameplay in the Halo Universe. Three specifics were discussed: Voice commands, the Library, and Analyze mode. As the name suggests voice commands will allow you to reload your weapon, switch between retro graphics and remastered, and even throw grenades using voice commands.
READY FOR TAN, STEROID-FUELED ACTION? You bet your butt you are. Hulk Hogan’s Main Event for the Xbox 360 is available today, exclusively for use with Kinect! You’ll be able to make your own wrestler and take him to the ring to give your opponents the elbow drop, clothesline or a massive drop kick from a post. Check out the trailer below, Hulkamaniacs!
If you don’t already know, Twisted Pixel recently released their newest title “The Gunstringer” for the Kinect. Along with a discounted price of $39.99, those that grabbed a new copy got some nice downloadable stuff for free. Now you can download the soundtrack for free from their website or you can click here to download the zip file directly. You can thank Matt “Chainsaw” Chaney who composed the music.