Every once in a while, a company will release a gameplay video that blows you away...
Here at RipTen we're no strangers to the weird and wacky uses of Microsoft's flagship motion control device. One community enthusiast however has taken it one step further...
Ever have the desire to step into the ring with Mike Tyson? One man made this a reality by hacking a Kinect unit to play Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!!
Warner Bros and Double Fine have announced that a Kinect-based Sesame Street title will be coming out in the Autumn.
Earlier this week a Halo: Combat Evolved remake was announced, and now it would appear Microsoft already has the next big thing planned for the Halo franchise . . .
Michael Phelps and 505 Games are teaming up to create a brand new swimming simulator for the Kinect. The concept is just as far-fetched as it sounds.
Twisted Pixel announces The Gunstringer, a game where players get to “marionette a kick-ass undead cowboy puppet" using Kinect.
Virtua Tennis 4 is just around the corner. The new trailer teases a release date as well as confirming both Move and Kinect support
It can't be denied that Kinect has made a big impact. Hackers have turned it from a simple Xbox controller into much more. Most recently - a way to control Surgical Robots.
Some of the things hackers have been able to get out of Microsoft's popular peripheral have been pretty damn amazing. This one borders on scary amazing.
Some modders have managed to add themselves to MineCraft using the Kinect device, creating an impressive stop motion loop or two.
Kinect hacks have become as commonplace as a regular morning dump, however just like that example, sometimes one really stands out and wakes you up...
Epic games has filed three trademarks for something called Gears of War: Exile. The three trademarks are for video game software, hint books, and t-shirts . . .
This news really should come as no surprise - but it's good to know that Activision hasn't given up on Tony Hawk - and neither have we.
Avatar Kinect is a great new innovative way to use Kinect unveiled by Microsoft at CES 2011. While seemingly just a more advanced way to chat, it's hard to dismiss ...