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Rise of Nightmares Review
Let’s face it, no matter how much Microsoft tries to spin the Kinect as a device made for the core gamer just as much as the casual gamer , there are no games that appeal to that core audience yet. Kinect has so much potential, yet developers would rather play it safe and push out dancing, fitness and party games, knowing that they are a safe bet. That’s where SEGA AM1 comes in with Rise of Nightmares.
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09/06/2011
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Hole in the Wall Review
First known as Brain Wall in Japan, Hole in the Wall left the shores of the Land of the Rising Sun and spawned off variants throughout the world. It has now made its way into the gaming world with Hole in The Wall Kinect for the Xbox 360.
Xbox 360
5
09/04/2011
No More Heroes: Heroe's Paradise Review
When No More Heroes came out on the Wii in 2008, I, like many others thought “Man this is such a good game. It would have been even better if it was on the 360 or PS3.” Three years and a motion control device later, No More Heroes: Heroes’ Paradise has made its way on to the PS3.
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Fruit Ninja Kinect Review
After a successful run on iOS and android devices can the finger swiping, fruit slicing gameplay of Fruit Ninja transfer well on Kinect?
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