The Kinect is pretty good, but who is satisfied with "pretty good"? Having spent many days with Kinect, I've got five requests for how Microsoft could improve this thing.
For a week in June, Team Kotaku played Microsoft's hands-free control system Kinect, standing up. Kinect has problems with seated players, we reported. Yesterday, I tried doing a push-up in front of it.
Playing through a section of Metroid: Other M last week, I couldn't help but notice that the Wii title felt at times very much like the sort of game the developers said it wasn't: An on-the-rails shooter.
The aptly named Prince of Persia: Forgotten Sands picks up the tale of the Prince, filling in that gap between Sands of Time and Warrior Within. But what happened to that reboot of Prince of Persia from two years ago?
"I've always been a non-violent person," Tim Jones told me last week as we chatted in a subterranean nightclub in Manhattan. He's a "peace and love" kind of guy and designer of a new video game featuring spine-dangling decapitations.
In case you were planning on skipping Ubisoft's new Wii-only adventure game, first consider that it will allow players to strip human beings to their underwear.
Once more Bill O'Reilly finds himself attacking a video game ad during his show. And by attacking I mean allowing the sexy advertisement to play on his show, while he watched.
ASUS hears your cries, PC gamers. They know you're not content with keyboard and mouse controls, that you're desperate to get your hands on a faux Wii-remote to control the seven games that support it.
Good morning class. Your cool substitute teacher Owen is here to let you goof off and get away with shit that Mr. Crecente doesn't allow. For the next two days anyway. Just so long as you keep your spitwads and paper airplanes away from me.