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E3 2010 Microsoft Press Conference: Kinect Overview

Posted: June 14, 2010
E3 2010 Microsoft Press Conference: Kinect Overview
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Marc Whitten, Corporte VP of Xbox LIVE, gives you an overview of Kinect, followed by a demonstration of Xbox LIVE, Zune marketplace, the Xbox dashboard and more using the new Microsoft motion controller, Kinect at the E3 2010 Microsoft Press Conference.

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  • Demonfeed

    This should tell you about how great Microsoft gaming technology is right now... The guy introducing this has a headset mic, and is holding a mic. I guess he wants to make sure people can hear him talk about this pos.

    Seriously, if there is no up button, how do you move? Do you use the controller at the same time? What happens if your pets walk in front of the screen? It says that you can use facebook, but you won't be typing without a controller of some sort. You would have to use your controller to enter personal info in so most of these "great programs" will even work.

    I can see this becoming just a bunch of tic tac toe mini-games. I don't want to pet tigers, I want better games! People have things in their living rooms and limited space, how does that work in this scenario? Am I going to have to punch and kick to even play a fighting game? Not one of these questions has even been addressed.

    Basically, Microsoft just released a camera based media remote control... With no controller. Great, just what I wanted. To have something where I can ACCIDENTALLY buy things I don't want. Ill stick to my PC and my PS3, thank you.

    Posted: June 15, 2010 6:06 AM
    Demonfeed
  • Mturmomalot

    this is useless

    Posted: June 14, 2010 8:01 PM
    Mturmomalot
  • Teimoshi

    It's only a matter of time before television companies like Vizio or Samsung start incorporating this technology.

    Posted: June 14, 2010 4:09 PM
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