Howard and Raj show of their Galactic Dance Off moves on The Big Bang Theory! I'm glad the writers of the show understood the humor and fun we were going for when making the game.
Take my hand as I lead you on a journey through the different game modes in Kinect Star Wars. Jedi Destiny, Podracing, Rancor Rampage, Galactic Dance Off and Duels of Fate. That's five games in one!
Kinect Star Wars was back in action and this time in glorious 3D at the 2012 Las Vegas CES. Here are Microsoft's Major Nelson and Glenn Gregory to show how it's coming along.
Extra Bonus Footage: My buddies Drew Skillman and Tim Schafer's latest game Double Fine Happy Action Theater.
X-Play host Morgan Webb and I show off the Limited Edition R2-D2 Xbox 360 and discuss the new Podracing mode revealed at Comic-Con 2011.
Gamespot has added the complete video of our session at Comic-Con 2011 moderated by Mike Snider of the USA Today where we discuss the making of Kinect Star Wars, the introduction of the Podracing mode and announce the Limited Edition R2-D2 Xbox 360!
Only two weeks until I share the stage with my buddy Jorg to talk about all of the NEW stuff coming in Star Wars Kinect! You'll definitely want to stick around until the end to hear about something really cool and special, plus we're giving away free posters. Yes, you heard me right -- FREE POSTERS!
Here's the official word on Thursday's panel:
10:00-11:00 Kinect Star Wars Panel— Enter the Galaxy with studio head Jorg Neumann (Kinect Publishing) and lead producer Craig Derrick (LucasArts) as they discuss the highly anticipated title with USA Today's Mike Snider, sharing new game play from the iconic Star Wars universe, revealing an all-new mode, and unveiling an exciting announcement. All attendees will receive a limited-edition poster. Room 32AB
You can check out the rest of the schedule here
G4's Adam Sessler and I playing Kinect Star Wars at E3 2011.
5. Kinect Star Wars (360 w/Kinect) Last year, Microsoft introduced Kinect with mostly minigame titles (except for the stellar Dance Central). But they hinted at a possible light-saber wielding adventure. Now, your inner Jedi is a reality. The graphics impress, and with the Kinect's personal touch when we make that whooshing sound with our hands—well, that never gets old. Even cooler is coming face-to-face with an army of battle droids and force-pushing them up and down Naboo with simple hand gestures. Those droids had it coming. (No release date)
We're in some GREAT company on this list.