Kinect For Xbox 360 Games Include Star Wars, Kinectimals, Joyride, Kinect Sports, Kinect Adventures And Dance Central

Posted: Jun 14 2010, 1:32am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:42pm CDT, in News | E3

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Last night Microsoft unveiled that Project Natal will be known as Kinect for Xbox 360 in a big event in LA. Besides the new name not many more details have been officially announced.
USA Today has though a report listing several upcoming games that will work with the Kinect motion control system.

The Kinect games for Xbox 360 that are currently in development include Star Wars, Kinectimals, Joyride, Kinect Sports, Kinect Adventures and Dance Central.
Kinect Sports sounds similar to Wii Sports offering a collection of different sports including boxing and bowling.
There will be a Star Wars game, but no details are available yet.
A yoga game dubbed Kinect Yoga got teased during the big unveil of the Kinect name through Cirque du Soleil.

The pricing and further details on Kinect are expected to be unveiled today in the Microsoft E3 2010 press event today at 10:30am.

E3 2010 will start on June 15th and we will be at the show to bring your first hand coverage of the hottest new gaming gear. We expect to see and go hands on with the Nintendo 3DS, Playstation Move and Kinect for Xbox 360.

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