Motion Sports Previews - Xbox 360

Motion Sports
  • Publisher: Ubisoft
  • Genre:Productivity, Sports
  • Developer:
  • Release Date:Jan 1, 0001
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:T - Teen (Mild Violence)
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Game Description: Kick soccer balls, throw footballs, ski with your friends and more in this activity-packed game from Ubisoft made for Kinect.
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    E3 2010 Ubisoft Press Conference: Motion Sports

    Ubisoft throws their hat into the motion-controlled sports arena with Motion Sports, and here's a look at the game, with a teaser trailer, from their E3 2010 press conference.

    Posted: Jun 14, 2010 | 2,223 Views | 08:06

  • Motion Sports Video Review

    Posted: December 8, 2010

    6,358 Views | 02:58

  • Motion Sports Launch Trailer

    Posted: November 12, 2010

    2,267 Views | 01:10

  • E3 2010 Ubisoft Press Conference: Motion Sports

    Posted: June 14, 2010

    2,223 Views | 08:06

  • E3 2010: Motion Sports E3 Trailer

    Posted: June 14, 2010

    3,376 Views | 01:58

  • E3 2010 Ubisoft Press Conference

    Posted: June 14, 2010

    42,442 Views | 00:00


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