By WEGGLES 0 Comments
I was disappointed with Microsofts E3 showing. At first.
It's unfortunate that there was so little for me. But that stuff seemed to be shown by the publishers instead of the console makers. It's not all bad.
I was hoping for more hardcore stuff, but can't always get my way.
There was a lot of kinect stuff. And, while some of the launch titles for kinect look suspect... a lot did look neat. Which is a good sign.
Microsoft seem to have something genuinely interesting on their hands. I am definitely not the target market of this stuff, but I am still curious about it all. Kinectimals looks like something I'd like to try. Don't see my self buying it and playing it for hours, but it looks like it's worth a try.
The Kinect Adventures look entertaining and creative.
There seems to be a lot of potential with this stuff.
The rumoured price point of $150 would kill it though.
I hope for the best with the Kinect. It seems to have a lot up it's sleeve.
$100 with a game is a great price point.
It's easy to be jaded and hate on it because it's not for me, but it really looks like MS knows what they're doing to target the "casual" audience with the facebook stuff, and the fitness games that seem to improve greatly on Wii Fit.