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Kinect Joy Ride Previews - Xbox 360

Game Description: Kinect Joy Ride is a unique racing game that uses the Xbox 360 avatar system. Customize your car as you engage in friendly competition. Perform jumps and stunts or join a race team to reach the finish line. A "joy ride" without a controller!
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    E3 2010: Kintect Joy Ride Preview

    Microsoft first announced Kinect Joy Ride at E3 2009, but it wasn't until E3 2010 that Microsoft really showed it off. Despite the game looking awfully similar to United Front Games's kart racing title ModNation Racers, Kinect Joy Ride is using the motion sensing power of Kinect to separate itself from traditional racing titles.

    Posted: Jun 18, 2010


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    Posted: December 13, 2010

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