If you’re old enough to remember seeing Disney’s music film Fantasia – either during the original release in theaters (you must be really old), VHS, TV or even the sequel that came out in 1999, I’m pretty sure that you most likely imagined what would have happened if you were in the apprentice’s shoes, making objects dance around the room at your leisure to the tune of epic orchestral pieces.
The rumors have finally been confirmed: Microsoft’s Xbox One will be sold in a new bundle that will come without the Kinect.
When I was a kid, I wanted to be a Power Ranger. I was just about the right age when Bandai’s five transforming teenagers hit the FOX kids TV block, and I dared not miss any episode, or else I was commiting heresy.
If you’re looking for a new exercise routine on the Xbox 360, you should check this out.
Fable: The Journey is not the most awaited game at the moment, in fact, as it’s pretty much reviled for not being Fable 3, but being what many see as a Kinect cash in.
Dance Central, the most successful franchise on the Kinect and the most successful use of it too, is getting a new installment this year, and we’ve got a new gameplay trailer.
Have you ever wanted to play with catapults or a ballista after watching movies when you were a kid, and imagined that you were playing a vital role in the storming of a castle?
According to The Verge, Microsoft is currently testing its browser Internet Explorer 9 for use in the Xbox 360.
I know this is somewhat old news, but I haven’t posted it yet and I think it’s awesome (forgive the tardiness!).
Upcoming Kinect title Steel Battalion: Heavy Armor by From Software is turning out to be pretty intriguing.