Kinect Star Wars is the incredibly innovative new game brought to you by LucasArts and Terminal Reality, and published exclusively by Microsoft Studios for the Xbox 360 and the Kinect. The Kinect will intuitively mimic your actions, drawing you more into this game than any before. Throw yourself into the ultimate Star Wars fantasy, no controller required.
Step into the world of Star Wars, utilising the Force and wielding your own Lightsaber, as the Kinect picks up your actions allowing you to physically experience the action-filled life of a Jedi. Swing your arm to harness the ability of your Lightsaber, reach out to initiate the power of the Force, and use accompanying body movements to kick, jump, and dodge. Enjoy as your character re-enacts your every move on screen. The stunning environments will truly immerse you in the game, with the Kinect making you feel as if you are there, traversing through the expanded galaxy.
Kinect Star Wars offers you five different modes to play in, each with their own unique campaign, so you will never be short of things to do in this universe. These sections are Jedi Destiny: Dark Side Rising, Rancor Rampage, Podracing, Galactic Dance Off, and Duels Of Fate.
May the Force be with you. (Cat Emerson)
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Firstly from the start Star Wars (Kinect) truly is a Stars Wars experience from the music to the interaction from the various Star Wars characters. The game also has a variety of games to play from racing to fighting to even dancing. Overall it's an excellent game which will keep you coming back for a long time.
Star Wars (Kinect) is really Wonderful. May the Force will be with you.
Star Wars (Kinect) is a very good game, especially if you are a Star Wars fan. Everything is possible to do as a Jedi, nice side games although I am not a great dancer, and a good game for a reasonable price. A hit for the fans, for other people it may be kind of love it or hate it.
This game is the reason a got the kinect so I was eagerly awaiting it's release. It is good and bad at the same time. The pod racing is excellent. My 11 year old son loves the rancor smash and it is great exercise.The starfighter battles are good once u get used to the sensitivity. The adventure story mode(lightsaber based) is good but also a little disappointing. The motions u carry out with your body aren't truly reflected with what your character does on the screen. This results in some annoying strikes that you shouldn't have recieved,plus the story is a little short. If you are a massive starwars fan (like me)you will like this. Move the furniture out of the way and take on the sith until your arms go numb :-)
The ability to swing around an imaginary lightsaber and use the force through the Kinect is brilliant. First impressions, the motion detection and processing could be sharper, there is some delay between your action and the on-screen character moving. The robots do talk a lot initially, but thankfully they do shut up after an initial play through. The pro's; it's Star Wars! I'm sure a lot of fans were waiting for this, and playing it on the Kinect is quite cool compared to using the controller for other Star Wars games. All in all, if you're a fan, I would recommend it, just for the pleasure of whirling your lightsaber around the room and being able to push someone with the force.