Kinect

Tiger Woods PGA Tour 13 review

I have to say right off the bat, or should that be club that I’m not a fan of golf, the sport or video games – although if I recall correctly I do remember playing a golf game that had strippers and other wacky characters (Outlaw golf) and enjoyed that

Kinect Star Wars review

Fans of Star Wars can rejoice as someone in a galaxy far far away thought of the idea of fusing Kinect’s hands free gaming with LucasArts’ beloved franchise. Star Wars has always been a bit of a camp fest and not really meant to be taken too seriously what with

The Adventures of Tin Tin review

Ubisoft are no strangers to the odd movie tie in game, so being tasked with making a game based on the latest animated movie that is poised to doing the rounds should not be a hard task to bear. In this instance the subject matter is Herge’s Tin Tin, a

Forza 4 review

With three games already gracing our consoles and a gap of around two years since the previous game, it’s easy to perhaps cast an overly critical eye over Forza Motorsport 4 (Forza 4) and what new content it offers. However, with much experience under their belts, developers Turn 10 simply

Deca Sports Freedom review

With three sports titles available around the launch of Microsoft’s controller free device can Hudson’s Deca Sports Freedom offer something different compared to its rivals? With Rare’s highly polished and most popular offering being the pinnacle of sporting games thus far, Deca Sports presents some different events to make it

MotionSports review

With the Kinect launch lineup of games having several overlapped titles, two air board racers, two fitness games, two dance games and now two sports games with Kinect Sports from Rare and Motion Sports from Ubisoft Milan. Rare’s efforts are under the watchful eye of Microsoft whereas Ubisoft’s game is

The Biggest Loser Ultimate Workout review

The Biggest Loser is a television show which focuses on overweight participants attempting to lose weight in a bid to win a cash prize. The main goal for the contestants is to lose the highest percentage of weight (or most weight) to become the Biggest Loser – hence the ambiguous

Sonic Free Riders review

This is not the first time hover boards have featured in a racing game and so Sega’s latest effort relies on the fact that using Kinect to perform the required moves is a novelty and a stand out feature for what is essentially something we’ve seen before in a number

Kinectimals review

Of all the Kinect launch titles Kinectimals is probably the most unique in terms of interaction with the new device. Using body movements and voice commands this is a game to draw you in and enter the cute world of furry animals from the big cat family. Rather than present

Dance Central review

Harmonix are well known for their Rock Band series of games and now ditch the peripherals and performance in favour of controller free dancing. With Dance Central you strut your funky stuff to prove that you’ve got what it takes to wow and leave onlookers in awe at your killer