Minecraft Xbox 360 Edition is pouring on the fan service with this week's release of Skin Pack 4—providing delightfully low-res interpretations of Claptrap from Borderlands, Klei's Mark of the Ninja and The Behemoth's Castle Crashers, plus a whole lot more.
Kinect Joy Ride was a casual racing game released at launch with Kinect in 2010, and it didn't wow critics. ("Joy Ride might be the equivalent of a new word for spaghetti," wrote Stephen Totilo. "The old one's fine.") Gamers especially didn't care for standing up as they approximate the steering-wheel controls,…
Woody Allen once said, "Showing up is 80 percent of life." It seems to be 100 percent of new Xbox 360 game Joy Ride.
Upstairs at a two-story GameStop in scenic downtown Cologne, Germany, a young woman tries out Kinect, where du bist der Controller
Does your Xbox 360 feel incomplete? Is it full of save files and Xbox Live Arcade games, maybe a theme or two but no Kinect-enabled software? You can waste some bandwidth today and change that.
So the Microsoft Kinect is official, and we've seen a list of exciting new titles making their way to the Xbox 360 motion control device, but where's the innovation? Is Kinect changing the game, or delivering more of the same?
Microsoft's free-to-play Avatar racing game Joy Ride is reportedly getting a major motion-controlled tune-up. The BigPark-developed racer is now planned as a Project Natal launch title, CVG reports, and may no longer be free.