And I've played an hour with it, and, yes, the Kinect recognition is pretty goddamn shitty in this game (It always seems to cut off my arms during calibration, specifically my right one....). That said, I have yet to feel actual frustration, because I'm so wrapped up in all of the cool shit. I really love the feeling it has of being in this enclosed VT, and how the story and characters change based on who lives and dies over the course of missions. I do hope they end up adding proper competitive multiplayer and, of course, updating the code for their tracking, but I'm actually having a lot of fun. Is it $60 of fun? Na, I should have waited to snag that $40-45 range that Amazon is selling it at now, but that doesn't mean that I outright regret the entire purchase. I really do implore that people who are interested in this kind of experience give the demo a couple tries, it's still a Steel Battalion game.