Microsoft’s motion control gaming system, Kinect for Xbox is finally out. The add on retails for $150.
The new device will be equipped with technology that is “really, really, close” to an actuality. The console, which was described as having a “natural interface,” will have a built in camera with the ability to recognize movement and voice. Unlike other consoles, the system will not need any controller.
Microsoft might be showing a line up of Natal games: River Rush, Ricochet, Living Statue, and Obstacle Course.