The release of Kinect has ushered in a new world of gaming experience on the Xbox console. Gamers can now enjoy long hours of gameplay without the need to physically hold a controller. What is more interesting is that you can interact with your Xbox content like menus, watch TV or listen to music without a controller. So which are the best Kinect games to buy? In this article I review five of the best Kinect games to look out for.
1. Kinect Adventure: Kinect forza horizon 4 sistem gereksinimleri Adventure is an action packed video game comprising 20 mini-games for the entertainment of the whole family. Gamers play the role of a fun-loving adventurer that travels the world searching for challenges.
Each challenge overcame allows players to collect adventure pins which in turn earns the players medals. The mini-games are easy to learn and can be played in the following modes:
a. Adventure mode: Players play a set of mini-games with challenges to overcome in order to progress to the next level.
b. Free Play mode: In this mode of the game all levels are unlocked and players can choose which mini-games they want to play.
c. Time Play Mode: As the name suggests the challenges must be completed within a time limit. Time pins are collected instead of Adventure pin. Kinect
Adventure can be played in multiplayer play and online.
2. Dance Central : is a controller free dance video game with a PEGI rating of 12+. The video game was released by Harmonix and is a collection of 650 moves and more than 90 dance routines from professional choreographers.
In this gameplay the aim is for players to mimic moves displayed on scrolling flashcards. Players are scored based on how well you execute the moves. A yellow for being average, green for good and blue for executing a flawless move.
As the moves become difficult and more challenging it advisable to play the dance in breakdown mode which allow you to understand the moves in detail. Players gain access to new venues and costumes for their dancers as they master the moves and improve their scores. Dance central shows off the kinect and sets the yard stick with which to measure future dance video games.
3. Kinect Sports: is another one of the controller-free game released with Kinect. The video game has been issued a PEGI rating of 12+ and features the following six sports: soccer, beach volleyball, bowling, table tennis, boxing, track and field (which features a further 5 events).
When compared with its nearest rival Wii Sport – Kinect sport come out tops in these areas: