Are you getting sick of hearing about new Xbox One bundles? Yes? No? Well too bad.
Microsoft has apparently remembered that they have an Xbox One SKU that comes bundled with a Kinect sensor and they are slashing the price by $50 for a couple weeks.
Starting October 7th, the standalone Xbox One Kinect sensor will go on sale for $149.99.
What?s this? An Xbox 360 Kinect game that?s free, fully functional, and dare I say? FUN?
As an incentive to pre-order the game, Disney Interactive will be giving away a song bundle which includes, you guessed it, Let It Go from Frozen. Check out the new trailer too.
Now we’re definitely getting excited for Harmonix’s promising Xbox 360 and Xbox One Kinect music experience, Disney Fantasia: Music Evolved. New trailer, screens and details.
Peter Gabriel, Cee Lo, Gorillaz, Elton John and Mozart will be lending their talents to the motion-controlled Xbox One and Xbox 360 Kinect music experience.
It’s been a while since we’ve been able to get a good look at Harmonix’s promising Xbox 360 and Xbox One Kinect music experience, so here ya go.
If you’re looking to get involved in some motion controlled, next generation Xbox One Kinect action, you’ll get your chance soon. New trailer, screens and details.
There’s a pair of XBLA downloads available to grab this week, though neither looks all that enticing unfortunately.
Disney’s Fantasia is making a somewhat unexpected return to the videogame world in a brand new, Harmonix Music Systems-developed game for the Xbox 360 with Kinect and Xbox One. Check out the trailer, screens and announcement.
Utilizing a Kinect and a small projector, Microsoft Research showed off a neat looking demo video at the CES which just may find its way into living rooms and game systems in one way or another. Take a look.
EA and Microsoft are touting that the Xbox 360 version of Dead Space 3 is “Better with Kinect” thanks to co-op voice commands and whatnot, and this morning we have a trailer showing off some of the new features.