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NBA Baller Beats mixes fitness training with rhythm-based gameplay by teaching players ball-handling skills with the help of several hot tracks.
Exclusive to the Xbox 360′s Kinect, Capcom and From Software’s Steel Battalion Heavy Armor hit stores today for $60.
After Zumba Fitness Rush combined Zumba Fitness and Zumba Fitness 2 into one Xbox 360 Kinect package, Majesco is ready to unveil the next game in the franchise: Zumba Fitness Core for the Kinect and Nintendo Wii, planned for this October.
NBA Baller Beats is getting its world demo on the E3 floor this week, and with the live demo, a new trailer will be shown the below trailer to the press. Unfortunately, I won’t be there, so I’m going to steal some of Majesco’s thunder.
You’ve probably read or heard a hundred different rumors about the next gen Xbox by now. Most of the rumors talked about the new Xbox having no disc drive, and instead require hard memory or online certification for gaming to be enabled after you purchase a game.
A recent patent revealed plans for a motion peripheral in development by Sony. The product is in development for the upcoming Playstation 4 console yet to be detailed. The actual patent states the following:
An invention is provided for affording a real-time three-dimensional interactive environment using a depth sensing device. The invention includes obtaining depth values indicating distances from one or more physical objects in a physical scene to a depth sensing device.
By the description, it sounds like this peripheral will include the player’s environment as well as the player in an interactive space. The possibilities of a device of this type are exciting. I foresee zombie games in which you choose items from your home as weapons. And no, your infant baby brother is not a good weapon.
Sony looked into 3D peripheral ideas like Kinect before the Kinect was released but moved in a direction that led to the development of the Move. A switch in direction toward a Kinect-like peripheral is a good idea by Sony, rip off that it may be. It’s just business.
In addition to not a single Achievement dedicated to using Microsoft’s peripheral, leaked Mass Effect 3 Achievements show that players will be able to reach a hardy 1000 Gamerscore without ever taking the game online.