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Rare Currently Working On Cloud-Based Kinect Game

Posted on Thursday, November 29 @ 13:44:49 PST by Alex_Osborn


I'm sure the mention of Rare stirs up all sorts of mixed emotions within your gaming soul. From fond memories to wastedopportunities, this infamous developement studio has certainly made a name for itself in the gaming industry.

According to ajob listingfor a "Principal Network Services Engineer"(viaOXM) Rare will continue to develop for Microsoft's motion-centric technology. Interestingly enough, the post also indicates work on "Cloud Services" which would lead one to believe that the game will feature some sort of cloud integration. Here's an excerpt from the listing:
Following on from the success of Kinect Sports and its recent sequel Kinect Sports: Season Two, Rare is continuing to push the boundaries of the Kinect hardware with our exciting new project. We’re looking for an experienced and passionate engineer to join us on this journey.

This role will involve you working as part of the Cloud Services engineering team in order to develop and deliver Cloud Services for our current and future products. As part of your role, you will be required to work closely with Artists, Designers, Producers and Program Managers.

Are you excited at the prospect of having more Kinect-focused games? Do you think it's time for Microsoft to fully embrace the benefits that come with cloud gaming? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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