After suffering through the hard-to-control mess that is Kinect Star Wars last week, I suspected more than ever that Microsoft's revolutionary 3D camera would never be truly useful for anything but dancing titles and silly, child-focused tech demos. But Capcom's Steel Battalion: Heavy Armor, which I tried out at PAX East this weekend, went a long way toward convincing me there's a role for Kinect motion controls integrated on top of standard handheld controls in more traditional games.
Steel Battalion: Heavy Armor is the smartest use of Kinect I've ever seen.It's a bold statement, I know, but the marriage of Kinect and controller in Steel Battalion: Heavy Armor is quite unique and, even more importantly, works wel... Read Post
If you're still mourning the fact that Steel Battalion: Heavy Armor doesn't use a wacky custom controller like its predecessor, chin up! A new video explains how, by combining Kinect with an Xbox 360 controller, the mech 'em up stil... Read Post