Cortana teased for Xbox One

Whilst it’s no secret Microsoft planned on bringing its windows Phone voice recognition software Cortana to the Xbox One at some point, a deftly tweet from the official Xbox page suggests it’s coming sooner than you think. This will be great news for Xbox One gamers who have their kinect

Incredible Project Spark Kinect gameplay demo

We’ve been beavering away at the recently released Project Spark on Xbox One and found a highly entertaining game if you’re just goofing around with the creative tools or playing another user’s adventure. However, there’s some neat things players can do specifically with the Xbox One version using Kinect. When

GAME selling used Kinect for £10

GAME UK are currently clearing out their stocks of Kinect bundles, and are offering the Xbox 360 Kinect camera and Kinect Adventures game  for as little as £10 and with free delivery. Take a look at the Kinect for £10 offer, but expect these to be snapped up fairly quickly.

Let’s Sing and Dance Trailer

Deep Silver released a new trailer for its energetic looking Let’s Sing and Dance which should make bedroom pop stars out of participants on Xbox 360 using Kinect. About Let’s Sing and Dance: Let’s Sing and Dance combines singing and dancing at the same time. Featuring songs such as

Xbox One will work without Kinect

It appears that Microsoft may have had another policy change (or at least being more clear) with regards to its mandatory Kinect device. Whilst the Xbox One will still ship with Kinect, Marc Whitten has said, speaking to IGN last week that Kinect can be switched off entirely and suggests

DBZ Kinect review

The new Dragonball Z is a first-person fighting game for, you’ve guessed it, Kinect as Microsoft and Namco Bandai join forces to bring the popular series to Xbox once more. DBZ Kinect focuses on the major battles of the Saiyan Saga, but instead of just twirling analogue sticks and bashing

Kinect Sports Gems on Live

Kinect Sports Gems, went live this week to all Xbox LIVE members and allows gamers to try some mini games from the developers of Kinect Sports (RARE). The games are simple to play and access and offer extra achievements (up to 10). What’s probably the best news, is each week

Sesame Street TV and Nat Geo TV review

Microsoft’s Kinect still receives its fair share of criticism amongst gaming’s press, and rightfully so, as there’s some real stinkers, more than there are actually titles that prove to be worth the money. Needless to say, Kinect games in general are like a minefield, yet every so often you stumble