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Codename D revealed as Suda 51 Kinect game
No More Heroes and Killer 7 auteur Suda 51 is a busy, busy boy this TGS. During the Microsoft Press Conference the Grasshopper Manufacture head announced the studio is working on a Kinect game entitled Codename D . Mr. 51 stated that the game will not feature guns or swords but will be a core action game. The brief trailer showed a lot of things exploding and a Suda dose of weirdness. The game …
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Xbox 360 Ushers in New Era in Entertainment With Five New, Exclusive Kinect Games by Legendary Japanese Creators
Today, Microsoft Corp. and the industry’s leading Japanese storytellers showcased 10 transformative games, including five exclusive titles for Kinect for Xbox 360, the controller-free entertainment experience releasing exclusively on Xbox 360 this November.
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Codename D is Grasshopper’s New Game for Kinect
Grasshopper Manufacture’s Goichi Suda took the stage at Microsoft’s Tokyo Game Show press conference to announce that the studio was working on a “funky” game for Xbox 360′s motion-sensing Kinect peripheral. Suda said that he was unable to reveal much about the project just yet, though he did specify that it would be an action game with no guns or swords.
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Sony mocks Xbox Kinect with ‘YayButtons’ website
Microsoft has said time and time again that it hopes to draw in casual gamers — the Nintendo Wii crowd — with Kinect, its upcoming motion-sensor add-on for Xbox 360. The company also has thrown a bone to hardcore gamers, showing off Kinect’s ability to control more traditional car-racing and “Star Wars” games.
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Question by The Dental Wizard: Was “Project Natal” a codename for “Kinect”?
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Robonaut2 may have fantastic biceps, but raw muscle won’t put a
man humanoid on the moon — that takes rockets. Rockets like the one in this RR-1 prototype lander, recently outfitted with a Guidance Embedded Navigator Integration Environment (GENIE) system to let the craft safely descend to the lunar surface. On June 23rd, NASA and partner Armadillo Aerospace put the system to the test, hoping it could figure out the complex algorithms necessary to process volumes of data from the laser altimeter, GPS and inertial sensors, and quickly enough to steer the rocket engine accordingly… but the machine performed like a charm. See its first solo flight in an inspiring, flame-filled video after the break, and skip to 4:12 for the good stuff.
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codename kingdom is Crytek’s new IP for Microsoft Xbox 360. It may use the kinect thing(AKA natal). Crytek is the creator of crysis, farcry, and the upcoming crysis 2. Check out my other E3 videos! All footage was taken from Gametrailers. Obviously i have created none of this and take no credit.
Microsoft has made available for download the third Customer Technology Preview of a project the company is referring to as a distributed in-memory application cache platform. Microsoft Project Code Named “Velocity” Community Technology Preview 3 (CTP3) went live on April 7, 209, and is up for grabs via the Microsoft Download Center. The Redmond … (read more)
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