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15 Kinect Games That Don't Suck

Posted on Monday, April 7 @ 12:00:00 Eastern by ryanbates
Kinect Sports Rivals hits Xbox One on April 8th, and it stands as one of the first titles to put Kinect 2.0 to the test. Many of the launch titles have utilized the integrated motion sensor in minor ways, but Rivals will be one of the first eighth-gen titles on the Big Green Machine that requires it for play as you jet ski, rock climb, and kick goals to your heart's content. To commemorate its launch, we have put together a list of exceptional Kinect titles from years past.

It isn't a very long list. It's more like a sticky note. Such has been the plight of Kinect for Xbox 360. For every one title that gets it right, ten are out there that get it wrong—horribly, heinously wrong. We're talking Blackwater wrong.

So, let's ease it up and talk about 15 games that didn't completely suck. Not all of these titles are perfect games, but they're mostly fun, usually get the Kinect controls right, and were the solaces to those who had invested in the new technology.

 
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