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Monday, 14 June 2010 19:49

Microsoft's Project Natal gets a name

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Meet the Xbox Kinect

Microsoft's motion gaming system for Xbox 360 has finally been named and it looks like we can forget about Project Natal as Redmond will be shouting Kinect later this week when they finally and officially present it at this year's E3 show.

Xbox Kinect will launch together with a couple of titles, including Star Wars from Lucasarts, dancing game "Dance Central" under MTV brand, Kinect Sports (as if Wii Sports weren't enough) and a pet-training game. Although a bit scarce, these games should be enough for the start, at least if the Star Wars title turns up to be any good.

In addition to the fact that it is a "motion gaming system" the Kinect bar will also be used for photo and video sharing. It will use a gesture/motion control for navigating the menus and we are certainly looking forward to see the official Microsoft E3 presentation.

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