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Microsoft Kinect for Xbox 360 launches on November 4

Tim Stevens
06.14.10
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What, a launch of November 2010 wasn't specific enough for you? Well, how about a Kinect launch of November 4? Microsoft just confirmed that's the day, and as of now it's looking like a worldwide launch. It will drop with 15 titles, including:
  • Kinectimals - Nintendogs but with wild and impossibly cute animals
  • Kinect Sports - Soccer, bowling, track and field games, a bit like Wii Sports
  • Joyride - "Thrill of high speed kart racing, with the joy of controller-free gaming"
  • Kinect Adventures - Jumping around and stuff
  • Your Shape: Fitness Evolved - most amazing looking fitness game we've seen yet, from Ubisoft
  • Dance Central - an actual, honest to gosh dance game without stupid pads -- from Harmonix
So far Your Shape and Dance Central are looking the best, but Microsoft is still showing us more, and we're thinking a few of you are going to like that Star Wars game from Lucasarts. Interestingly, no price was announced, meaning Microsoft seems to be waiting to see how many US dollars the competition decides to charge. Your Move, Sony.

Update: We have the full list of 15 titles after the break, courtesy of Joystiq. , which includes a new EA Sports Active.

  • Zumba Fitness
  • Game Party in Motion
  • Motionsports
  • Kinect Adventures
  • The Biggest Loser: Ultimate Workout
  • Kinect Joyride
  • Kinect Sports
  • Adrenalin Misfits
  • Deca Sports Collection
  • Dance Central
  • Dance Masters
  • Sonic Free Riders
  • Kinectimals
  • EA Sports Active 2.0
  • Your Shape: Fitness Evolved

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