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Xbox Kinect Sensor (+ Kinect Adventures) Pre - Order @ Asda Direct £127.00

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Control your Xbox 360 with a single gesture or wave of the hand Kinect brings games and entertainment to life in extraordinary new ways – no controller required. Easy to use and instantly fun, K… Read More
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Control your Xbox 360 with a single gesture or wave of the hand

Kinect brings games and entertainment to life in extraordinary new ways – no controller required. Easy to use and instantly fun, Kinect gets everyone off the sofa moving, laughing and cheering. See a ball? Kick it. Control an HD movie with a wave of the hand. Want to join a friend in the fun? Simply jump in. With Kinect, technology evaporates, letting the natural magic in all of us shine. And the best part is Kinect works with every Xbox 360*.

With the Kinect sensor, you can experience gaming like never before. Easy to use and fun for everyone, the Kinect sensor utilizes revolutionary full-body tracking to put you in the center of the fun. This amazing new technology allows the sensor to recognize your body
and mirror your movements in the game, making you the controller. The sensor is compatible with every Xbox 360* and comes with a Kinect game. With Kinect Xbox 360 now has the best controller ever made – YOU.

*Xbox LIVE Gold Membership required for these features
**175MB of memory required

Whats in the Box?
- Sensor
- Power Supply Cable
- Kinet Adventures Game
- Manual
- Wifi Extension Cable

What you need to use the sensor:
- Xbox 360 console
- Kinect Ready games
- You!
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[mod]#1
Cheaper at Argos for one. Also i'd wait till closer to release for a deal.
#2
http://www.thegamecollection.net/kinect-with-kinect-adventures-xbox-360-hardware-p-3824.html?ad=frooogle

COLD and id wait till release when it dont sell and it goes down in price
banned#3
if it reaches sub £50 i'll get one but until then not bothering, already forked out for PS move, I reckon MS have blown it not releasing this before move
#4
sgree. this is gonna bomb bad due to the price. give it a few month and the price will dive bomb
#5
I might get it when its £30 and thats for my son because the games look pants
#6
mamboboy
Agreed. Although those hoping for it to go sub £50 might be a bit too optimistic. The hardware is a lot more advanced than the Move's and therefore undoubtably it costs a lot more to manufacture.
MS are safe in the knowledge their 360 sales dominate the PS3's, so they don't so much need an incentive to get people to switch consoles.
In my opinion, neither are worth buying on release. Kinect support has been removed from Fable 3, so for a while people will be putting up with crappy release titles. It'll probably be a good 6 months before we know whether it's worth it or not.


The hardware used to be very advanced, but the final package has been dumbed down so much compared to the original and its still way too expensive. Theres just no market for expensive eye toys, and its already been proved with the eye toy that the games are very basic without a controller. The reason its being released in november is out of pure greed, as they know that people will still buy it for christmas presents.

I may buy it in a years time when its in the bargain bins. Controlling the dashboard with my hands is about the only thing thats appealing about this kind of tech at the mo.
banned#7
fantastic! another great find!
#8
You could get yourself a new xbox for this price give or take £20.
#9
What ever happened to VR?
#10
Micosoft are expecting to sell 3 million of these in 2 months lol they will be lucky to sell 3000 at that price.

Come January they will have to reduce the price because if they do not get a userbase for these sharpish then devs are not going to make any games for it meaning MS will be stuck with a device they have pumped a lot of money into that has no support and they can't sell.

I would wait and watch the price drop to about £80 after xmas.
#11
mamboboy
striker33
mamboboy
Agreed. Although those hoping for it to go sub £50 might be a bit too optimistic. The hardware is a lot more advanced than the Move's and therefore undoubtably it costs a lot more to manufacture.
MS are safe in the knowledge their 360 sales dominate the PS3's, so they don't so much need an incentive to get people to switch consoles.
In my opinion, neither are worth buying on release. Kinect support has been removed from Fable 3, so for a while people will be putting up with crappy release titles. It'll probably be a good 6 months before we know whether it's worth it or not.


The hardware used to be very advanced, but the final package has been dumbed down so much compared to the original and its still way too expensive. Theres just no market for expensive eye toys, and its already been proved with the eye toy that the games are very basic without a controller. The reason its being released in november is out of pure greed, as they know that people will still buy it for christmas presents.

I may buy it in a years time when its in the bargain bins. Controlling the dashboard with my hands is about the only thing thats appealing about this kind of tech at the mo.


I think the Eyetoy flopped because barely any developers were interested in making decent games for it. The consoles are beyond their peak when it comes to visuals and it's fairly evident original ideas for games aren't as free-flowing as they were a few years back.
So I personally think this is the natural progression to pro-long both consoles longevity, as they certainly aren't bringing any next-gen ones out for a good few years yet.
They'll either both be a success, or both horrible fail. I personally don't think one is going to 'kill off' the other...

Motion capture gaming could prove very exciting for the next-gen consoles, assuming they have in-built 3D support, etc



If 3D gaming does become mainstream, then that will most likely be where PS Move will excel and dominate Kinect. The PS Move already lets you move things in 3D space, so if in the future you could also see these things happening in 3D, who knows what possibilities lie ahead.

You never know though, Microsoft might have to back down and eventually release 3D support for the 360.
#12
Its the games, I am going to wait till more and better games come out for the 2 consoles. This looks brilliant or could be brilliant, plus 2 people can play. its the same price for the Move, ( if you buy for 2 people both controllers each). So the price is not high, on 1st glance £40 or £125 but add it up it around the same. I am more excited by this than the PS3 Move, but I will wait
banned#13
mamboboy
Agreed. Although those hoping for it to go sub £50 might be a bit too optimistic. The hardware is a lot more advanced than the Move's and therefore undoubtably it costs a lot more to manufacture.MS are safe in the knowledge their 360 sales dominate the PS3's, so they don't so much need an incentive to get people to switch consoles.In my opinion, neither are worth buying on release. Kinect support has been removed from Fable 3, so for a while people will be putting up with crappy release titles. It'll probably be a good 6 months before we know whether it's worth it or not.

The only thing incorrect there is PS3 sales we're 40% higher than the 360 during the first two weeks of sept and are conituing that way, only a surge due to move release and it's the first time in 2010 the PS3 has outsold the 360 but shows people are buying the PS3 for move, I really can't see many buying the 360 for kinect... Sainsburys had the bundle for £239... do you reckon you could get a 250gb 360 and Kinect for that? not a chance.... I think MS have blown it.... am using my 360 less and less these days (well that may change when black ops is released) but using my PS3 for Move, 3D gaming (3D motorstorm is immense), and will be buying gran tourismo 5 and F1 2010 on the PS3 when released (better steering wheels available for the PS3).

Although I think the 360 has had the edge on gaming and the PS3 has had the edge as a media console am starting to think the PS3 is the console of the future.... Can't wait for Killzone 3 with move and time crises with move....

Just my thoughts anyway.....
#14
The 360 cameras were a waste of time too.
#15
Actually had these at £121.97 when first on site or £135 with a choice of game in additon to bundled adventure game. Making it extra £5 for the game
#16
Ready 03
Its the games, I am going to wait till more and better games come out for the 2 consoles. This looks brilliant or could be brilliant, plus 2 people can play. its the same price for the Move, ( if you buy for 2 people both controllers each). So the price is not high, on 1st glance £40 or £125 but add it up it around the same. I am more excited by this than the PS3 Move, but I will wait


with the move you can actually use a dualshock controller instead, plus there's not that much needing it at the minute. so then the upgrade cost is just £28 for each person for a move controller (as some may have the PSeye camera already). for the xbox you cant use the camera you already have & have to pay out £120+ to get this. plus, please tell me if i'm wrong, but isnt the kinect only 2 player? (did a search & seems is 2 "active" players) move can do 4 player & would cost £124 for starter pack plus 3 controllers.

i can see the move doing better purely because of these initial costs. having watched videos of people playing kinect it doesnt seem that much more advanced than the eye toy, unless there's something i'm missing or not able to see in them

FYI i do have all 3 consoles :)
banned#17
quidditys_shore
Ready 03
Its the games, I am going to wait till more and better games come out for the 2 consoles. This looks brilliant or could be brilliant, plus 2 people can play. its the same price for the Move, ( if you buy for 2 people both controllers each). So the price is not high, on 1st glance £40 or £125 but add it up it around the same. I am more excited by this than the PS3 Move, but I will wait
with the move you can actually use a dualshock controller instead, plus there's not that much needing it at the minute. so then the upgrade cost is just £28 for each person for a move controller (as some may have the PSeye camera already). for the xbox you cant use the camera you already have & have to pay out £120+ to get this. plus, please tell me if i'm wrong, but isnt the kinect only 2 player? (did a search & seems is 2 "active" players) move can do 4 player & would cost £124 for starter pack plus 3 controllers. i can see the move doing better purely because of these initial costs. having watched videos of people playing kinect it doesnt seem that much more advanced than the eye toy, unless there's something i'm missing or not able to see in themFYI i do have all 3 consoles :)

It's much easier with the vavigation contoller though, resident evil Gold edition uses it and it's great, I reckon I'd strugle using the dual shock one handed
#18
Can't see the Kinect dropping in price much during the next 6 months - simply due to the technology... having tried it I can say its far better that you expect.

Also tried the new Wii Controller for the PS3 this past week along with a few other people, was very disappointing - if you have a Wii don't invest!
#19
mamboboy
Agreed. Although those hoping for it to go sub £50 might be a bit too optimistic. The hardware is a lot more advanced than the Move's and therefore undoubtably it costs a lot more to manufacture.MS are safe in the knowledge their 360 sales dominate the PS3's, so they don't so much need an incentive to get people to switch consoles.In my opinion, neither are worth buying on release. Kinect support has been removed from Fable 3, so for a while people will be putting up with crappy release titles. It'll probably be a good 6 months before we know whether it's worth it or not.

MS and PS3 sales worldwide are about the same......put those together equals the Wii worldwide sales
#20
striker33
mamboboy
striker33
mamboboy
Agreed. Although those hoping for it to go sub £50 might be a bit too optimistic. The hardware is a lot more advanced than the Move's and therefore undoubtably it costs a lot more to manufacture.MS are safe in the knowledge their 360 sales dominate the PS3's, so they don't so much need an incentive to get people to switch consoles.In my opinion, neither are worth buying on release. Kinect support has been removed from Fable 3, so for a while people will be putting up with crappy release titles. It'll probably be a good 6 months before we know whether it's worth it or not.
The hardware used to be very advanced, but the final package has been dumbed down so much compared to the original and its still way too expensive. Theres just no market for expensive eye toys, and its already been proved with the eye toy that the games are very basic without a controller. The reason its being released in november is out of pure greed, as they know that people will still buy it for christmas presents.I may buy it in a years time when its in the bargain bins. Controlling the dashboard with my hands is about the only thing thats appealing about this kind of tech at the mo.
I think the Eyetoy flopped because barely any developers were interested in making decent games for it. The consoles are beyond their peak when it comes to visuals and it's fairly evident original ideas for games aren't as free-flowing as they were a few years back. So I personally think this is the natural progression to pro-long both consoles longevity, as they certainly aren't bringing any next-gen ones out for a good few years yet.They'll either both be a success, or both horrible fail. I personally don't think one is going to 'kill off' the other...Motion capture gaming could prove very exciting for the next-gen consoles, assuming they have in-built 3D support, etc
If 3D gaming does become mainstream, then that will most likely be where PS Move will excel and dominate Kinect. The PS Move already lets you move things in 3D space, so if in the future you could also see these things happening in 3D, who knows what possibilities lie ahead.You never know though, Microsoft might have to back down and eventually release 3D support for the 360.

the tech in the kinect far exceeds the tec in the move which just copies the wii

then again i would have bought the kinect but the games look pants and the unit is too expensive, plus i have 2 cables trialling from it (unless i replace the console then there would be 1, no thanks!!)

Edited By: royals on Nov 09, 2010 19:09: g
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