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PB & Jason Issue 17: Love Kinection

How long until Love Kinection actually gets made?

Ok! To celebrate the November 4th launch of Kinect, I thought I'd create a podcast that's nearly all about Kinect, like I did with the Move!

Unfortunately, I couldn't do that for you. I'd apologize, but Microsoft has placed embargoes on most Kinect information, including game reviews, which made up the bulk of where I got Move information from last time.

So, I cobbled together as much as I could, and came out with a very solid Kinect-oriented podcast, with the promise that in the next few weeks, I'll follow it up again for all you holiday and Christmas shoppers. Enjoy it!

Like always, you can find the show's (elaborate) notes in the forum thread.

I actually ate some Skittles earlier today. Does that count as harming an animal?

Some of what you need to know about Kinect.

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Jason Ross Senior Editor

11/03/2010 at 11:27 PM

At Best Buy. One guy is here. Hooray?

Update: Four sold at Best Buy, Gamestop sold out, Wal-Mart has no idea where their individual Kinects are. Whee!

Nate Hascup Staff Alumnus

11/06/2010 at 07:05 PM

Love Kinection the Game? All I can think of is something like Kinectimals...and the possibilities frighten me.

Joaquim Mira Media Manager

11/30/2010 at 10:09 PM

I like the newest XBox 360 dashboard.

I'm more impressed with the Kinect than I am with the Move, from what I have seen of course because I own neither. Both Dance Central, and Your Shape: Fitness Evolved games are what piqued my interest towards Kinect.

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