Crimson Dragon no longer Kinectonly, uses controller
Crimson Dragon, originally designed as a showpiece for Kinect, is now controlled primarily with a controller. The once Xbox 360 and now Xbox One exclusive abandoned full Kinect control after feedback was received from "passionate fans" – possibly from an accidentally released demo – Microsoft Studios lead producer Yutaka Noma tells Joystiq. The game will still feature Kinect support alongside the traditional control, though it will be used for "intuitive" gestures.

The game is being developed by Yukio Futatsugi and Grounding Inc, and it shares a great deal visually and mechanically with Panzer Dragoon, Futatsugi's most well-known series. Now that it's primarily controlled with a standard controller, it shares considerably more. We'll have a preview later this week.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.

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