-I'm Dan Ackerman.
Microsoft's Kinect peripheral for the Xbox 360 is an impressive piece of hardware.
-But it's not a compelling user experience unless you've got the right software to go with it.
-So Scott Stein and I have decided to playtest the entire launch day Kinect line-up to figure out which games are worth getting.
-Won't you take me to funky town?
Won't you take me to funky town?
Everybody show us what you got.
-Well, that was exhausting.
There you have it, the entire launch day line-up of Kinect games.
Scott, what was your favorite?
-I think it's a toss up between Dance Central and Joy Ride.
-I gotta agree with it.
Those are the probably the best ones.
Of course, all these really feel a little bit more like tech demos than full-fledged games.
Hopefully, the next generation of Kinect games will be even better.
I'm Dan Ackerman.
-And I'm Scott Stein.
-And don't forget to invite us to your next dance party.
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