We've had a copy of Star Wars: Kinect in our New York office for a few days now. Which means, aside from Stephen's upcoming review, people have been dancing their asses off to pop songs.
There are enough copies of Kinect Star Wars out there in the wild now that people are stating to upload gameplay videos to YouTube.
What might have been the perfect Christmas gift for the Star Wars gamer will have to find another special occasion to be gifted on, as Microsoft confirms that Star Wars Kinect and the Star Wars themed Xbox 360 have been pushed back indefinitely.
The newest Kinect Star Wars screenshots come straight from straight from Gamescom and give a taste of the rage of the Rancor. In addition we get a look at the Jedi as they dismantle a few droids and some shots of pod racing. A feast for the eyes fit for a Rancor.
LucasArts' Craig Derrick and Kinect's Jorg Neumann sit down with USA Today's Mike Snider to discuss new gameplay from the Kinect-enabled Star Wars game. The panel is said to include new details about the game include an all-new mode. The duo are also supposed to be "unveiling an exciting announcement," according to…
For as long as brothers have swatted one another with wrapping-paper tubes, Star Wars fans have wanted something, anything, to give them the sensation of wielding a lightsaber, repelling blaster fire and cutting down Stormtroopers in a streak of blue.