Why knock some cosmic bad guy heads as Goku or one of his kids, when you can go right to the source and play as Goku's barroom-brawling dad Bardock? Hit the jump to check out a new trailer for Dragon Ball Z for Kinect, and a look at the Europe-only return of Dragon Ball Z Budokai!
Japan isn't just getting a combination school girl adventure game/Kinect dancing game. It's getting a trilogy of them, with Love Training Sweet hitting this fall, then Love Training Mint and Love Training Bitter following at two month intervals. Get a look at the first trailer for the first game after the jump.
If you're looking forward to flailing around in front of Dragon Ball Z for Kinect, you might just flip at the idea of a motion-controlled Power Rangers Samurai. Namco Bandai had the Kinect game on display at E3 2012, where it flew under the radars of most. See video examples and more past the break!
Hey, how about that motion-controlled Dragon Ball Z for Kinect? Some say it's not lookin' so hot, others are pumped for it, but let us know what you think past the break as you dig into our weekly news recap!
Namco Bandai's Dragon Ball Z for Kinect promo promises over 50 playable characters, and that it'll let you "unleash your inner Super Saiyan with no controller in the way!" Take a look at the preview and a roarin' pronunciation debate after the jump.
We will come to know two time periods: Before Dragon Ball Z Kinect, and After Dragon Ball Z Kinect. Before DBZ Kinect, powering up in front of a camera looked kind of mental. As for after? We'll find out when the motion-controlled title hits Xbox 360 this October. Hit the jump for more!
Leading video game publisher and developer NAMCO BANDAI Games America Inc. today announced that Dragon Ball Z® for Kinect™ will be coming to the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft this October. All of the classic action and intensity of the Dragon Ball Z universe will be felt with an unprecedented sense of immersion when players learn to deliver over 100 moves, including the legendary Kamehameha with their own fists as they charge their way to victory in this ultimate evolution of the classic franchise.
With the 40-button controller no longer in the picture, some may wonder just how they'll be operating their Vertical Tanks in Capcom's Steel Battalion: Heavy Armor. Thankfully, we now have a tutorial trailer to teach us the finer points of motion-controlled warfare. Video after the jump!
It may not require dropping $200 on a monster, 40-button peripheral, but Capcom's Steel Battalion: Heavy Armor looks like it controls in its own interesting way. Powered by Xbox 360's Kinect motion control sensor, Heavy Armor has been dated for June 19 in North America, and June 22 in Europe. New trailer and more past the break.
Microsoft's upcoming Kinect shooter Crimson Dragon (formerly known as Project Draco) was recently given a full reveal at a 10th Anniversary event for the Xbox 360! Hit the jump for more details and screenshots!
Like a Star Wars lightsaber game, an energy blast-tossing Dragon Ball Z for the XBox 360's Kinect motion control system always seemed like an inevitability. There has been a rumor that Namco Bandai was in fact developing one, and now firm evidence that the game is in the pipeline has finally arrived. More after the jump.
One would think Capcom and From Software's Steel Battalion would lose all of its charm along with the 40-button controller it was released with in 2002. Capcom has a new twist with Steel Battalion: Heavy Armor, though: Kinect motion controls. See them in action after the jump.
New of Kinect functionality for Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary—the updated 360 version of Bungie's Xbox original—came out of Tokyo Game Show this year, but we're just now finding out exactly what that entails. Dig in after the jump!
Tetsuya Mizuguchi's spiritual successor to the spaced-out 2001 shooter Rez may not have sold very well, but those looking to buy a Kinect in the future will get a chance to check it out for free. Hit the jump for more.