Kinect Star Wars is a Star Wars video game by LucasArts and Terminal Reality and published by Microsoft Studios for the Xbox 360 that utilizes the Kinect motion peripheral. Intended for players 13 or older, it was released on April 3, 2012.
Gameplay The playable character in Star Wars Kinect is a Jedi and one of several new characters who will be introduced by the game. Using the controller-free Kinect system, the player stands in front of the television and uses hands to lift and throw objects with the Force or wield a lightsaber, uses body movement to control X-wing starfighters and podracers, or uses a voice component to make additional commands. It takes places during the prequel trilogy timeline of the Star Wars universe, beginning shortly after Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace and concludes during the events of Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith. The game also includes settings from the original trilogy, such as the planet Bespin featured in Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back. The player will also fight Darth Vader in the game.
The game is broken into five sections, each with a complete campaign.
1. Jedi Destiny: Learn to use the lightsaber and other force techniques to take on the Dark Side.
2. Rancor Rampage: The player acts as a Rancor with gameplay focused on destroying the area.
3. Podracing: As a young, up and coming podracer, the player will take on various races.
4. Galactic Dance Off: Princess Leia and others enslaved by Jabba dance to modern songs remixed with Star Wars lyrics
5. Duels of Fate: A lightsaber central mode where the player trains and eventually fights Darth Vader
i played it at pax and froze it up, i apparently was the first to do that there so WOOHOO!!
but anyway the moving around is the only weak point and i dont see it getting better until you can actually walk around an area.