Fools rush in?
Kinect is proving to be the ideal platform for younger gamers right now; we’ve already had the reasonably enjoyable Disneyland Adventures, and it’s highly likely that the forthcoming Kinect Star Wars will find more favour with pre-teens than thirty-something geeks. Kinect Rush: A Disney Pixar Adventure is another controller-free...
Get into the game
Kinect Rush: A Disney Pixar Adventure uses one of Kinect's most-vaunted original features: the ability to scan yourself in to create a virtual avatar. Of course we've seen this feature used in Kinect Fun Labs so it's not a first, but if it works as well as this trailer below promises — a wish that rarely comes true, admittedly...
Ever watched a Disney·Pixar film and wished you could be a part of the action alongside your favourite character?
Immerse yourself in the beloved Disney·Pixar films of “Cars,” “The Incredibles,” “Ratatouille,” “Toy Story,” and “Up” like never before with KinectScan. This new technology uses the Kinect sensor to scan each player’s features to create a unique avatar for each of the five Pixar worlds featured in the game.
Explore the depths of the Paris sewers, become the newest toy in Bonnie’s crew, scream around curves with a rocket-powered boost, or use your super strength in a pitched battle with the hulking Omnidroid. Now, with KinectScan, you can become part of the game like never before.