List games for Xbox one kinect - Strange Hoot - How To's, Reviews, Comparisons, Top 10s, & Tech Guide
Have you plan to purchase an Xbox One Kinect game and want to enjoy it at the most. You can find out the list of the best games for Xbox one Kinect that you should be playing right now on the below list.
Dance Central 3
I'm going to start with my favourite genre within Kinect: dance. You always enjoyed the Dance Revolution (although you was pretty bad at it), so when both sagas were released for Kinect, you couldn't stop dancing.
You have always been more of Dance Central thanks to its greater complexity, learning curve and spectacular choreography. Still, to enjoy with friends, Just Dance is unrivalled with its crazy dances in pairs or groups.
Indeed, the Ubisoft saga (and that it continues to have incredible success on all platforms) can be played without Kinect but can move in front of the screen without any device.
That the game recognizes your more or less precise movements is something that never ceases to amaze me. In addition, this makes it extremely intuitive and easy to use, which helps to avoid possible mobile launchers.
You are not ashamed to say that you have spent many hours on both sagas (especially Dance Central), since starting with more clumsy passes than a drunk going to the limp,
Child of Eden
I'm not straying too far from music on this second recommendation, as this spiritual successor to Rez is simply amazing. In any version, Child of Eden is a real pleasure for the senses, thanks to the music you listen to, the light effects you witness and the journey that they present us in each phase while you shoot authentic music.
Although it can be played with a controller, the title is most enjoyed without a doubt with Kinect since the experience becomes something truly magical.
As you played, you moved to the rhythm of the music by shooting with my hands, and you got so involved in the game that it was like you was in the game.
They recently gave the game in Games with Gold, with which you recommend that you try Child of Eden no matter what.
It is a shame that on Xbox One, you cannot use Kinect in games that did support it on Xbox 360, since although it is still a true marvel with a controller, the experience is not so immersive, far from it.
Fantasia: Music Evolved
Finish this trio of musical games with the latest work by Harmonix for Kinect, and what a way to say goodbye in style.
Based on the Disney animation classic, Fantasia: Music Evolved puts us in the shoes of a magician's apprentice, who must recover the scores from the different kingdoms to prevent them from falling into the wrong hands.
As you can imagine, the story is the least of it, since the important thing here is the magic of the entire experience that you can enjoy in its two main mechanics.
On the one hand, exploring the scenarios interacting with the different elements to create your melodies is quite fun and friendly, leaving a smile on your faces at all times.
However, the grace is in putting ourselves with the different themes to play, moving your arms almost as if you were conducting an orchestra, and being precise to the best of your ability.
What raises Fantasia to a new level is the possibility of creating your remixes of the songs by choosing what type of voice, guitar or percussion sounds, with even fragments created by ourselves.
This makes it a truly magical and unique music game that anyone should try, is it on Xbox 360 or Xbox One.
Kinect Star Wars
This will not be a popular choice far from it, as Kinect Star Wars has been the subject of ridicule, memes and criticism from all sides.
Certainly, the hype that there was for how it was announced was not going to materialize, and in that sense, indeed, it does not meet those expectations, but it still seems to me to be a tremendously fun game and one of the Star Wars games you have used the most Enjoyed.
On the one hand, the story mode was a lot of fun, with precise enough controls to make us feel like true Jedi as you swords, use the Force and engage in epic duels against the Sith. Even the sections of the ships worked well. Then there was pod racing, a mode that could perfectly have worked independently and which was a lot of fun, reminiscent of the classic Star Wars Racers from the Nintendo 64 era.
Fable: The Journey
All the previous games are played standing up, and they are not focused on telling a great story but offering fun or a more or less unique experience.
This is not the case with Fable: The Journey, the most serious attempt at delivering a budget-friendly, fully narrative game for the Kinect, and which personally worked like a charm.
This new story in the Fable universe put us in the shoes of a young man who was riding his horse and who could cast all kinds of spells to finish off his opponents.
So you had two very different mechanics. On the one hand, the sections on horseback, where you had to dodge all kinds of obstacles or stop to find hidden sections, controlled the carriage's reins quite precisely.
Then there were the walking parts, where the game became a kind of on-rails shooter, where you cast different spells depending on the movements you made with your hands, in addition to having to aim to hit the target.
Without a doubt, Kinect is a console from other times, and as many have stated, it could be a new future of consoles.
Although you cannot predict the future, you can realize that these games are really interesting and that Kinect also makes sure that the user can find a good use for them, since you will not only have fun, but you will get rid of the stress of the whole day.