If you're ever attacked by invisible interlopers in your living room, you'll be prepared to deal with them, if you've practiced with Ubisoft's latest Kinect invention. Self Defense Training Camp is a Kinect-based exercise game that "combines fitness workouts and self-defense drills into four primary categories critical to successful self-protection: technique, stamina, composure and reflexes." It's guided by a "real-life self-defense coach" and offers instantaneous feedback on player performance.
Should martial arts-inspired fitness training and "meditative" exercises be what you'd like to do with your Kinect, Xbox, and bubble of empty living room space, you can check it out November 8.%Gallery-135826%
SAN FRANCISCO - October 4, 2011 - Today Ubisoft® announced product details for Self-Defense Training Camp exclusively for Kinect™ for Xbox 360®. The first video game of its kind, Self-Defense Training Camp helps players develop the self-confidence they need to react more efficiently when facing troublesome situations, and allows players to discover ways of protecting themselves from various forms of physical assault. Self-Defense Training Camp is set to release in North America on November 8.
Self-Defense Training Camp combines fitness workouts and self-defense drills into four primary categories critical to successful self-protection: technique, stamina, composure and reflexes. Kinect's innovative tracking technology provides players with immediate feedback on their movements, helping to make the basics of self-defense easy regardless of the player's skill level. These self-defense techniques are taught by an experienced, real-life self-defense coach.
Players will get in shape as they learn new skills with fitness routines inspired by both kickboxing and martial arts. They will also improve their reflexes with a collection of fun mini-games. To help players sharpen their minds as well as their bodies, Self-Defense Training Camp also incorporates meditative forms of exercise helping users learn how to remain calm and composed in stressful situations.
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