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ESRB Rating Page Reveals Fruit Ninja Kinect 2 for Xbox One

Posted on Friday, August 1 @ 11:30:00 Eastern by


Microsoft's Xbox 360 Kinect peripheral had a great downloadable in Fruit Ninja Kinect even if the controls proved awkward in the short run, but a recent rating from the ESRB revealed Fruit Ninja Kinect 2 for Xbox One.

The hope is probably that the second generation camera controller from Microsoft offers increased fidelity of motion recognition. We don't want late-adopters of the Xbox One console to miss out, so be sure that you have a Kinect camera before you preorder or download the game.

Australia's ratings board originally issued a classification last month, but this rating from the ESRB simply states that the game is rated E for Everyone (not M as I may have previously stated) and that:

This is an action game in which players slice flying pieces of fruit in a whimsical setting. Players swipe to cut pieces of fruit while avoiding smoke bombs that briefly cloud the screen. On-screen text sometimes includes references to alcohol (e.g., "In Eastern Africa you can buy banana beef"; "Lemonade was originally lemon and honey wine"; "Dragon fruit can also be made into win...").

We'll have more on Fruit Ninja Kinect 2 when one of my favorite developers, Halfbrick decides to spill the beans... or pears... or apples. Whatever.

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Tags:   Xbox One, Halfbrick, esrb
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