Over here at Polygon: https://www.polygon.com/2020/1/14/21064608/microsoft-kinect-history-rise-and-fall
“Would Kinect be more successful than it’s been if Battlefield and Call of Duty took great advantage of it? You know, maybe,” Irving says. “But that’s also IP that is incredibly well-refined for the gamepad and for the controller. The intersection of Call of Duty players and people who are good with the Xbox gamepad is incredibly high. Right? And so there are other scenarios that we imagined, shooters and other types of games, other genres of games, that [lent] themselves to older audiences, taking advantage of Kinect with speech recognition and head tracking and things like that. But I don’t feel bad that there weren’t more of those games that took advantage of it, because those games were already great with the controller.”
I don't think I ever played a single Kinect game? Maybe I did a demo or something back in the Front Street offices? I didn't get an XBONE at launch so by the time I got mine in house they had already removed the Kinect from the package. But it's an interesting piece of gaming history nonetheless.