“Employing Kinect’s motion-capture controller, Kinect Star Wars allows players to use their whole body to control characters within a land far, far away,” Schuster reports. “Whether it’s wielding a lightsaber or piloting an X-Wing, the Xbox game is the closest Star Wars fans have to living within George Lucas’ imaginative universe.”
Schuster reports. “And apparently, that includes dance-offs. Yes, along with Jedi training and podracing, players control Han Solo and Princess Leia in a dance competition that’s even more absurd than basing an entire prequel around galactic trade disputes. And rather than spinning boring old hits, DJ Lobot — yeah, Cloud City’s got some turntables — plays songs with a Star Wars twist, like ‘I’m Han Solo’ to the tune of Jason Derulo’s ‘Ridin’ Solo’ and ‘Hologram Girl’ based on Gwen Stefani’s ‘Hollaback Girl.’ Incidentally, you haven’t lived until you hear Slave Leia coo ‘Oooh, that’s my ship, that’s my ship.'”
Read more, and see the screenshots, in the full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: Don’t blame Microsoft. They never had any taste. Blame Lucas, who lost his a long time ago…
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “JayinDC” for the heads up.]