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  • Are Mobile and Social Gaming Platforms the Future of the Video Game Industry?

    0 CommentsPosted by Karin E. Skoog on May 8, 2012 under Featured, HW News, Hardware
    While the video game industry is immensely profitable, recent years have seen a shift among gaming hardware and software sales to a higher return on mobile and social gaming.  What does this mean for game publishers and the series we have come to know and love? According to a recent article in The Wall Street Journal, there was a dramatic downturn in hardware and software sales over the past y... more.
  • A New Way of Playing RPG’s

    0 CommentsPosted by Karin E. Skoog on March 6, 2012 under X360 News, Xbox 360
    For some time now, game developers have been experimenting with game controllers, pushing their limits, determining what more can be done to transform the game experience.  I remember how odd it felt to play the Wii for the first time, and although I enjoyed the new motion-sensored experience, I couldn’t imagine myself playing a serious game on it (though Okami was a lot more fun with the Wii, ... more.
  • Kinect 4D Theme Park

    0 CommentsPosted by Karin E. Skoog on February 1, 2012 under X360 News, Xbox 360
    Consumers have been fascinated with 3D technology for decades, spawning Virtual Boy (the first game console with “3D graphics”), 3D TV’s and movie theaters, and the Nintendo 3DS.  Some amusement parks even have their own 3D shows, such as Epcot’s “Honey I Shrunk the Audience.”  This obsession with 3D entertainment has since expanded to an entire 4D avatar amusement park in Korea. ... more.
  • Kung Fu High Impact coming for Kinect on Xbox 360

    2 CommentsPosted by Dave Mack on July 26, 2011 under Featured, X360 News, Xbox 360
    Fans of classic side-scrolling fighting games like Double Dragon should find this new title appealing. Set for release exclusively on the Xbox 360 platform, Kung Fu High Impact utilizes Microsoft's new Kinect motion controller. With the accurate body tracking technology of the Kinect, players will be completely interactive with the onscreen character. Punches, kicks and jumps will transferred... more.
  • Kinect for Xbox 360 Sets the Future in Motion: No Controller Required

    1 CommentsPosted by Francesco on June 14, 2010 under Featured, X360 News, X360 Reviews, Xbox 360
    Get ready to Kinect to fun entertainment for everyone. Microsoft Corp. today capped off a two-day world premiere, complete with celebrities, stunning physical dexterity, and news from a galaxy far, far away, to reveal experiences that will transform living rooms in North America, beginning November 4, 2010. Kinect will roll out to the rest of the world thereafter. Opening with a magical Cirque ... more.
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