Xbox One Kinect Sensor
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Kinect brings games and entertainment to life in extraordinary new ways, with full body play. Arms, legs, feet, and hands, with Kinect there are no controllers, just you. It’s so natural, so intuitive that technology evaporates, letting the natural magic in all of us shine through. All you need to do is jump in.
|Original Name||Xbox One Kinect センサー|
|Official Release Date||Oct 23, 2014|
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|Average rating:||(4.5 out of 5)|
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The games are great fun and at the higher levels of difficulty will satisfy even the most hardcore gamers - there are very big challenges to be beaten.
As a matter of space, there is some exaggeration in the claims, because in my case I have no more than 1 square meter of space in my room and play quietly.
There will still be an upgrade that will bring even more "life" to the avatars controlled by Kinect, delivering true new experiences to players.
And another detail: there is no region block, any model works on any console.
Recommend with praise!
Well, first of all, Kinect delivers everything it promises. It is great for family and party fun. But don't be deceived by the marketing, it is still extremely immature. There is not a single game that can satisfy a regular gamer, let alone a hard core one. They are all in the neighborhood of first generation cellphone games, just with better graphics (I own the best rated 8 of them).
There is a great potential in Kinect, but it is not here yet... So you might just want to wait.
And for us Asians, it needs a huge space, especially if you want to play with a friend. You might even end up dedicating a room for that, because you need a big space with nothing cluttering (which we call "furniture") in between. Honestly I could not even use it with my 80" projector because I needed to move out everything in between every time I wanted to play, and it gets annoying after a while...
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