Pretending your limbs are giant, unmerciful blades for food preparation was pretty satisfying
in Fruit Ninja Kinect
, but if the game's push for conquering high scores has taught us anything, more is always better. That sentiment might amount to something more than movie-themed
tie ins, judging
by the Australian Classification Board's content rating for "Fruit Ninja Kinect 2."
The rating lists Hibernum
as the supposed project's developer, with series creator Halfbrick Studios serving as its publisher. It also describes Fruit Ninja Kinect 2 as a multiplatform release, so hopefully we can serve up fruit-flavored carnage on the Xbox 360 and Xbox One. If the game exists, that is.