Rise of Nightmares will get your blood pumping, even if it is just from standing up and going through the motions of killing virtual enemies.
You won't be able to use a sword in Fable: The Journey. Or a gun.
This video gives us a unique opportunity to see behind the wall that one would hope separates entertainment from advertising.
Rise of Nightmares is shaping up to be, if nothing else, the most adult video game coming to the Xbox 360's motion-sensing Kinect peripheral.
There are two control schemes for upcoming trippy space shooter Child of Eden: Both involve the Xbox 360 Kinect's ability to track movement in real time, this is how you play without clapping.
It is with great misplaced pride that I report that I am the first Kotaku writer to suffer from a dead Microsoft Kinect. Also, it's incredibly difficult to get a close-up picture of the Kinect with the sensor powered on.
Australian pop singer and tragic one-shot Doctor Who companion Kylie Minogue's European tour is sponsored by Microsoft Kinect and Dance Central, and this crystal-studded Kinect sensor is the by-product of that union.
They've made games featuring heavy metal funny man Jack Black and talking Russian stacking dolls, so what's next? The monsters of Sesame Street of course.
In today's spooktacular edition of Speak-Up on Kotaku, commenter HeyCarl relays the twisted tale of the Kinect player that wasn't there.
Some music video directors spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on fancy special effects. Filmmaker Dan Nixon just spent $150 on Microsoft's Xbox 360 Kinect to create the music video for Echo Lake's "Young Silence."
505 Games has teamed up with Olympic superstar Michael Phelps to create Michael Phelps – Push the Limit, "one of the most realistic and intense sports simulation video games ever." Is it time to flood your living room?
We've seen the Xbox 360 Kinect control robots before, but never robots with tasks this important. A group of graduate engineering students at the University of Washington are using Microsoft's device to guide the actions of surgical robots.
Colorado mother Nikki Harding went 35 years without breaking a single bone. Then she bought Kinect for the Xbox 360.
It took ten days for Microsoft's Kinect to hit one million sales. Now Microsoft reveals that the device has sold 2.5 million units in 25 days. This can only mean one thing: Someone is buying 100,000 Kinects a day.
Popular Science (that's PopSci to you cool kids) just released their 23rd annual Best of What's New awards. Inside are just two video game gadgets and a bit of a backhand for the Wii and Xbox 360.
Video game consoles are getting a bit long in the tooth. But these gifts will make them feel like brand new toys.
American homes can be huge castles, but Japanese homes are, and I quote, rabbit hutches. How are Japanese gamers to know if their matchbox-sized apartment can handle Kinect? This is how. Maybe.
My cat has co-starred in a number of stories I've posted about Microsoft's Kinect in the past couple of weeks, mostly by accident. She likes prowling through our house, making cameo appearances in videos I shoot. Not with Kinectimals, though.
Chris Erickson's brother found himself without the use of his right arm following a tragic accident, but that hasn't stopped him from enjoying Xbox 360 Kinect games.