It seems that according to Korea’s Game Rating Board Fruit Ninja will be coming to the Xbox 360 as a Kinect game. Many of you already know about the already very popular app by way iOS (Apple) or Android. For those of you who don’t this is a game that tosses fruit on the screen and you have to use your finger like a sword to chop it in half. There are several different game types and awards that can be earned in the game.
One can only wonder how weird and addicting this will become as you use your whole body to cut fruit in half. Who knows, it may really have you feeling like your a ninja in the end. Stay tuned for future updates for this simple, fast paced, addictive game. Hit the jump to see the listing in the Korean Game Rating board.
New details have emerged today from 5th Cell regarding their upcoming XBLA shooter Hybrid along with a time frame of it’s official reveal.
Hybrid will be set in a world devastated by an extinction level asteroid that takes out a large number of Earth’s population. To make matters worse, an organism hidden in the planet destroyer infects half of the survivors and genetically alters them, bringing about a new race known as the Variant. Those who were immune to the infection, the Paladin, are pitted against the Variant in a post-apocalyptic world war.
In an interview with Eurogamer, James North-Hearn CEO of Foundation 9 said, ” Certainly XLA is past the tipping point now.”
Tipping point? What do they mean tipping pont? Is this a good thing or a bad thing? And who are Foundation 9?
(Pst: this is where you click read more to answer all those questions)
Early this morning, Microsoft Games Studios announced five new Japanese partnerships during its Tokyo Game Show 2010 keynote. These partnerships are reported to “provide fun for users throughout the world”. The General Manager (GM) of Xbox in Japan Takashi Sensui claims the partnerships will “define the future of Xbox 360 and Kinect”. A future which includes Xbox Live Arcade games which uses the features of the Kinect. Takashi Sensui also noted that the Xbox platform is “Celebrating Japanese game creators”, and that the 360 will have its “biggest year ever.”
Out of the five XBLA-exclusive games, three will use the features of the Kinect. The first, Haunt, is a spooky game from Parappa the Rappa‘s Masaya Matsuura. Next is Codename D from Grasshopper Manufacture’s Suda 51. Finally, the third game is Yukio Fatatsugi’s Project Draco, a Panzer Dragoon-esque flight game. The three games will join the third-party Kinect games Child of Eden, Steel Battalion: Heavy Armor, and Rise of the Nightmares next year in 2011.
Hit the jump for more details, screenshots, and videos from these upcoming 3 new Kinect-enabled games:
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