October2012

  • 0

    Xbox 360

    Review Kinect Nat Geo TV

    Lions, and tigers, and bears! Oh, my!

    Did you know that the mountain lion is the largest member of the cat family that actually purrs? No? Neither did we, although thanks to Kinect Nat Geo TV, we do now. With some games, you feel a bit of apprehension when it comes to loading them up for review. It has the be said that the prospect of finding out...

November2011

  • 5

    Xbox 360

    Review Kinect Fun Labs: Musical Feet

    Can you stamp the high note?

    Keeping in mind that Kinect is supposed to be a piece of equipment which the entire family can enjoy, Kinect Fun Labs: Musical Feet initially appears to be a lot of fun; recording and playing a virtual keyboard in your own living room while also messing around to other sounds such as a dog barking or cow mooing. Upon...

October2011

  • 1

    Xbox 360

    Review Kinect Fun Labs: Mutation Station

    Malformed

    We all imagined that Kinect Fun Labs was Microsoft's way of providing engaging, free content to Kinect fans, but with the third paid add-on it's clear the emphasis has shifted towards a microtransaction model. Does Kinect Fun Labs: Mutation Station offer enough to justify the adoption of this new sales strategy? While Kinect Sparkler...

August2011

  • 1

    Xbox 360

    Review Kinect Fun Labs: Air Band

    A musical joke?

    After Kinect Sparkler turned out to be rather dim, the second paid addition to Kinect Fun Labs is here in the much more pleasing form of Air Band, which lets you become a musical ensemble with just your bare hands. You and a friend can jump in to one of five musical styles — disco, rock, pop, latin and country — and mime playing...