Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Kinect Star Wars--The Good and Bad of the Newest Game

I give it an 8

On a scale of 1-10, I give Kinect Star Wars a 8.  The best part of the game is pretending to be a Jedi.

The Good

Because it is a Kinect game, you can control your lightsaber the way you want--two hands, lefty.  I also like the dancing.  I'm Han Solo is my favorite dance.  You get to dance with Han Solo and learn a new move called the Chewie hug.  There are lots of different levels and you have to unlock.  In some levels you are a Jedi.  There is the dancing levels.  There are the monster levels where you get to be a monster and destroy the whole town.  To unlock Count Dooku, you have to get a rank of a Jedi Master which you can do by defeating a Sun Droid.  There is also pod racing, but that is only 1 player.

The Bad

I do not like that the Kinect can not always see shorter kids.  Sometimes it is hard for the Kinect to see me and it cannot see my little brother at all.

From 1-10, what do you rate it?


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