Kinect To Launch With 19 Games

Kinect launches at the beginning of November – not long to wait now, but if you were wondering which games to pick up alongside the innovative hands-free controller, Microsoft have just pinged over a handy list of all nineteen games which, according to the publisher, offers “something for everyone” this Christmas.

It’s certainly an interesting line-up (with an obvious emphasis on sports games and keep fit titles) even if some of the games span the whole month…

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10th November

  • Kinect Adventures
  • Kinectimals
  • Dance Central
  • Your Shape™: Fitness Evolved
  • The Biggest Loser Ultimate Workout
  • DanceEvolution
  • Dance Paradise
  • Kinect Sports
  • MotionSports
  • Kinect Joy Ride
  • Fighters Uncaged
  • SONIC FREE RIDERS
  • CROSSBOARD 7

19th November

  • Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1 The Videogame
  • EA SPORTS Active 2

26th November

  • Game Party: In Motion
  • Zumba Fitness
  • Get Fit With Mel B
  • Sports Island Freedom
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31 Comments

  1. I knew there would be shovelware – i just didn’t know it was all being released at launch!

  2. OMG Amazing!

  3. All s**** bad move MS, but they will somehow sell.

  4. Well, it looks like neither Sony or Microsoft had any top class games at the launch of their motion control.
    Still, both platforms have bigger games awaiting…

    • The thing is this:- I can imagine Killzone 3 or House of the Dead HD being great on Move but I can’t even name a game on the horizon for Kinect which MIGHT be great. Suggestions anybody?…

  5. Not a single good game.

  6. Would rather quality not quantity.

  7. oohh just look at the amazing review scores these games are getting!! oh, checks Metacritic, looks like all reviews being held back by MS until launch week… Hhmmmmm…

  8. I’ve always said Kinect has no decent games. This list prooves I was right.

  9. Sonic and Dance Central are the only good games im interested in (besides the omited Milo of course) so ill still stay away from kinect.

    hopefully they will be able to create something which is not stricly excersise

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