Showcasing 5 Random Xbox Games With Kinect Support

Project Natal or simply Xbox Kinect was officially released on November 4, 2010. The Kinect was released as the one peripheral that was missing from gaming. The Kinect is based on a single RGB camera that identifies the user’s gestures and spoken commands. Its approach was basically to interact the user with the console without …

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Review of Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I DON’T KNOW!

I am an Adventure Time fan and one of my favorite activities is watching Adventure Time with my two boys, we have played a few of the Cartoon Network games for Adventure Time before and actually some of them have been quite good.  I didn’t have high expectations for Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because …

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TitanFall – Competitive Mecha First Person Shooter

When a person thinks of first person games there are a few that come straight to mind, the likes of your Call Of Duty and Battlefield 4 but now we have a new contender with a dev team full of history. Titanfall’s creators, Respawn Entertainment actually were a part of Infinity Ward and they produced …

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Best of Disney App Now Live on the Xbox Marketplace

With Microsoft’s recent push to further bolster their partnership with ESPN on the upcoming Xbox One, it comes as no surprise that the Magic Kingdom itself would enter the spotlight. On Tuesday, Disney released the “Best of Disney” app for fans of the Mouse to enjoy their favorite Disney content on Xbox 360 consoles. Typically …

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Watch Dogs – A Life Where Everything Is Connected

Well, this is a game which has long been anticipated, a game that should get console and PC gamers stiring for months due to the sheer feats which can be achieved when playing the game. For those unfamiliar, Watch Dogs is a game revolving around hacking and technology. Players play as Aiden Pearce, a skillful …

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Hauppauge HD PVR 2 Gaming Edition Review

Gamers in this day-and-age are very social creatures. We love to share our kills and skills or put on our creative hats and make art out of the games we love. In order to really do any of those things we require the proper equipment. Enter the Hauppauge HD PVR 2 Gaming Edition, Hauppauge’s newest …

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Disney Infinity – An Interactive Game

Disney has announced their new up and coming game called Disney Infinity which will be looking to take inspiration from Activison’s popular interactive game Skylanders. The game will feature 40 collectible well know Disney figures that when used on the special device will appear on the video game. Disney are making the figures very broad with figures …

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Dance Central 3 Review for the Xbox 360 Kinect

Get ready to cut a rug and show off your dance skills in Harmonix’s latest rhythm title Dance Central 3. Coming off the heels of the hugely successful Dance Central 2, high expectations were set as to what would come in the third installment. Besides new multiplayer games and a revamped story mode, this edition …

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Madden NFL 13 Captures What Football is About

This year it will be particularly difficult for cynical players to claim that if you’ve played one Madden you’ve played them all, because Madden NFL 13 promises to be something different. Naturally, the game doesn’t stray from the core concepts that make football popular and doesn’t change anything that would compromise the game’s realism. What …

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Hybrid Game Review: a New Third-person Shooter Experience Awaits

Aliens and humans gunning each other down is a concept that third-person fans are familiar with, but 5th Cell’s take is truly innovative in Hybrid. The company famous for the Scribblenauts doesn’t reinvent the wheel in their latest release but has it spin in a way that will charm and puzzle many newcomers. In the …

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Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater HD Review: Robomondo’s Best Trick Yet

  It’s been a long time since anyone has really come out with a great skateboarding game. Sure there have been games such as the “Skate” franchise, but never has a series such as “Tony Hawk” really made an impact on the skateboarding genre of games. However, this series hasn’t had a shining moment in …

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Jeremy McGrath’s Offroad: Get Your Adrenaline Fix In

You don’t need to be a diehard racing games fan to enjoy Jeremy McGrath’s Offroad especially in summer when there is a scarcity of immersive titles. Not everyone will get his adrenaline fix from Diablo and other major releases and a racing game such as the one developed by 2XL Games for PS3 and XBOX …

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