Kinect, Microsoft’s motion sensor technology for the Xbox 360, has given gaming a whole new dimension. Find out more about the top Kinect games this year.
There are now more than 10 million Kinect devices connected to Xbox 360 consoles in living rooms around the world. Microsoft’s movement-sensing gaming gadget controls the action on screen through your body and voice. Here’s 10 reasons why it’s so popular as it celebrates its first 12 months on sale.
With Christmas just around the corner, there’s a whole host of games about to hit the shops. Checking out the trailers, which seem to get bigger and more epic with every release is always a good idea. Check out our top picks.
It’s time to start buying Christmas presents and like previous years, computer games are must-haves. Here’s a guide to the best ones for the Sony PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 for this festive season.
Buying a games console for your home can be tricky. There are plenty of things to consider from the range of games available to movement controllers to the best online arenas for challenging other gamers from around the world. Learn more in our guide to the Sony PlayStation 3, Microsoft Xbox 360 and Nintendo Wii.
The Nintendo Wii made waves when it came out in 2006. It wasn’t because of an exciting array of incredible launch titles – there weren’t any. And it absolutely wasn’t due to the Wii packing dazzling HD graphics – it doesn’t.
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PlayStation 3 title Heavy Rain won three trophies at the BAFTA Video Games Awards with Mass Effect 2 walking off with the Best Game gong
Find out who’s in the running for coveted BAFTA awards devoted to computer games, with the winners to be announced next month.
Having for a couple of years twisted my wife’s arm to hold off buying a Nintendo Wii, I finally took the plunge and ‘invested’ in a Microsoft Kinect. We’ve all as a family played on the Nintendo Wii and had great fun, however Microsoft’s marketing of the Kinect as quite literally a game changer where ‘you are the controller’ is certainly impressive, but does this change work for the better in an average family? In this review I outline our initial experiences of the Kinect from setup to ‘I need to sit down!’