Gamescom 2011 News

News: Nuzzle Up to a Sims 3 Pets Kinect Trailer

Nuzzle Up to a Sims 3 Pets Kinect Trailer

It's silky smooth

EA's giant doll house is coming to Kinect, this time with more pooches, moggies and lasers. That's right: The Sims 3 Pets is heading your way. The trailer below contains cats with laser eyes, dogs turning into cats and all sorts of crazy happenings that should finally prove The Sims isn't quite the life simulator some believe it to...

News: Does This Kinect Sports: Season Two Trailer Score or Miss?

Does This Kinect Sports: Season Two Trailer Score or Miss?

Balls and darts

Two of the new sports in Kinect Sports: Season Two are featured in a shiny new trailer below. Hopefully the tennis can improve on the slightly shaky motion controls in SEGA's Virtua Tennis 4, and let's face it: the darts can't be any worse than in the disastrous Game Party in Motion. Microsoft UK has announced a release date of 25th...

News: Kinect Fun Labs: Air Band Out Next Week

Kinect Fun Labs: Air Band Out Next Week

Music to our ears

Kinect Fun Labs will expand again next week with the release of Air Band on 22nd August. The latest tool to show off Kinect will be shown off at Gamescom tomorrow, so expect to find out much more information then, including whether it'll be a free add-on or a paid download like Kinect Sparkler. Kinect Fun Labs: Microsoft captured...

News: Will This Steel Battalion: Heavy Armor Trailer Wow You?

Will This Steel Battalion: Heavy Armor Trailer Wow You?

Find out inside

The lumbering mechanical wizardry of Steel Battalion: Heavy Armor has finally emerged over the Kinect horizon, and we have a brand new trailer to share with you. The game will require Kinect and an Xbox 360 controller: you'll use the pad to control your mech with Kinect gestures for certain functions too, with Capcom promising...

News: First Steel Battalion: Heavy Armor Screenshots Stomp In

First Steel Battalion: Heavy Armor Screenshots Stomp In

Hybrid game confirmed

It's a worrying sign when a game goes quiet for months at a time; often it's a prelude to the revelation the game has been cancelled. Some thought that might have been the case with Capcom's ambitious Steel Battalion: Heavy Armor — first announced last year, the project showed no signs of life in the following months, but now...