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Tuesday, 18 October 2011 08:12

Season 2 Kinect Sports demo arrives

Written by David Stellmack

 

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Rare sequel to Kinect with more fun

Microsoft has released the demo for Season 2 of Kinect Sports that was developed by Rare and Big Park. The first Kinect Sports title proved to be so popular and so much fun that a Rare-developed sequel was a given. Additionally, developer Big Park has experience in developing Kinect titles, as the studio created Joy Ride for Microsoft that was controlled by Kinect.

Season 2 will feature six new sports for you to Kinect with, including: golf, tennis, baseball, football, darts and skiing. The demo offers a chance to check out both the golf and tennis games. One new feature is the in-game voice activation that players will get a chance to use in the games this time around. Within the demo you can use the voice control to change clubs or object to a call in tennis.

Kinect Sports Season 2 is scheduled for release on October 25th in North America. We suspect that this will be a big Kinect title this holiday season, judging by how popular the first Kinect sports title was.

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