Game Party: In Motion
Released September, 2010
The Pros:Costs less than most retail Xbox 360 games.
The Cons:Poor motion tracking throughout most of the mini games. Countdown time between turns is too long - time is wasted standing around. Does not properly support left handed players - causes problems with approximately half of the mini games.
Game Party: In Motion is a game designed to work with the Kinect camera tool for the Xbox 360. Team play is encouraged, and a total of 16 people can play the game at a time. The camera tracks full-body movements as players work through a variety of games that resemble real-life games, and are designed to be picked up right away without any lengthy tutorial or learning curve necessary.
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Games are themed on a variety of sports and midway games, and include horseshoe throwing, pool, skee-ball and bowling.
- Requires Kinect for Xbox 360
- Tracks full-body movements
- No controller required
- All ages gameplay
- Multi-player Action, up to 16 players
- Games based on common real-life games
- Sports and Carnival Midway themed gameplay
User Reviews (2)
costs less than most retail Xbox 360 games
poor motion tracking throughout most of the mini games
countdown time between turns is too long - time is wasted standing around
does not properly support left handed players - causes problems with approximately half of the mini games
poor user interface - doesn't incorporate an intuitive menu system
2 player mode has to be set up every time the mini game changes
doesn't do a good job of tracking more than one player - easily gets confused
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