Call of Duty publishing giant Activision will go toe-to-toe with Microsoft this Autumn with the release of Kinect-enabled sports title, Big League Sports.
Featuring both single and multiplayer components, the game offers a variety of challenges spread across six individual sports: American football, soccer, baseball, hockey, basketball and golf, all of which make use of the 360’s motion tech. David Oxford of Activision Publishing said the following:
We wanted to create the perfect active sports videogame for families and friends to play together and now Kinect for Xbox 360 has given us that ability. Anyone can learn to play – young and old players alike will be on their feet and basking in glory of victory or the agony of defeat with Big League Sports.
Kinect is almost a year old now and in our opinion its still in dire need of a killer app, even more so than Sony’s PlayStation Move.
Big League Sports doesn’t appear to be the game that will revolutionize motion gaming however; a similar version also developed by Koolhaus games launched in 2009 to an abyssal critic average of 28 and with Kinect Sports: Season Two getting ready to hit the track next month, BLS is in for a time.
Source: Press Release