During last year’s Tokyo Game Show, SEGA announced a horror game built around the Microsoft Kinect. Very little details surrounding Rise of Nightmares existed at the time. Though with the help of the ESRB, we now know the game will get an M rating, meaning it will be full of blood, tits, gore and cursing. Woop. De. Doop. For a rull rating summary, check after the cut.
At this point, unless you’ve become addicted to Dance Central, most Kinect owners might be beginning to wonder if that slick black device was worth it. Luckily the answer to that question will change from “mmm maybe” to “oh hell yes!” on June 14th, when the Ubisoft published Child of Eden lands on the Xbox 360.
Microsoft’s Kinect peripheral has been named the ‘fastest selling consumer device’ by the Guiness Book of World Records according to a BBC News story – a title previously (albeit briefly) held by Apple’s iPad. 10 million of the HAL 9000 forerunners controller-free gaming devices have now been sold worldwide in the four months since launch. This compares with around 15 million iPads sold over eight months – only half as [...]
Industry veterans were out in droves yesterday for the fourteenth annual Interactive Achievement Awards ceremony yesterday, and unlike a certain other video games awards ceremony we could mention, this one saw many quality titles and people walk away with well deserved rewards Titles such as Mass Effect 2, Red Dead Redemption and Heavy Rain were the big winners in last night’s ceremony. Hit the link for the full list of [...]
Anybody who hasn’t been living under a rock for the last year has surely heard about the 3D revolution, which is sure to change the way you consume media for the rest of your lives. More and more movies are being produced in 3D, electronics manufacturers are already starting work on consumer-level 3D HDTV sets, and it’s only a matter of time before we start seeing 3D invading the gaming [...]
Microsoft has confirmed that Kinect for Xbox 360 has sold 8 million Units worldwide in the 60 days immediately following its November launch at their CES 2011 Press Conference. Steve Ballmer made the announcement on stage after revealing Avatar Kinect, a Playstation Home-like service that allows gamers to chat using their Avatars and Kinect. Microsoft had previously said they were aiming to sell 5 million Kinect units between launch and [...]