First Kinect Bloopers Hit the Web
Posted on Saturday, November 6 @ 20:20:18 Eastern by Anthony SeverinoBe the controller or be a victim of a Kinect-related injury.
Immediately after the Wii introduced motion controls to the market, the internet was flooded with videos of unfortunate users in all kinds of sad situations. Some lost their grip on the Wii-mote, sending it soaring into their expensive HDTVs. Others inflicted pain and injury to friends and loved ones by not paying close enough attention to where they were flailing their arms.
Kinect just launched this past week, ushering in a new era of controller-less gaming to the masses. The lack of controller would mean no chance to cause harm to your television or injure innocent bystanders, right? Wrong.
Here's all the Kinect-related bloopers we could find thus far. Much more to come we're sure.
This first image shows a picture of a broken LCD screen. But if there's no controller, then how did this even happen? The self-proclaimed moron leaves these wise words of warning:
"Do not under any circumstances play Kinect Sports Volleyball at 1:30 a.m. while standing under a ceiling fan with a dangling chain for a light switch. You could conceivably spike it into your year-old amazing TV, causing it to die with a rainbow LCD teardrop dripping down from the impact wound."
Broken TV? Check. Ceiling fan-related destruction? Check. Now... to slap a little girl in the face and flying elbow a young boy. Check out these embarrassing vids:
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