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Kinect $150 - Still Not Buying it

After numerous rumours, retail price listings and speculation, Microsoft officially announced that Kinect will be sold for $150 and will include the game Kinect Adventures, or a console  bundle that includes 4GB of storage and Kinect for $300. This price does not come as a surprise since most major retailers such as Amazon and GameStop initially listed Kinect  for $150, though the actually reality of that price seems too steep.

Tutorials Need to be in Fighters

One of the hardest video game genres for beginners to enjoy is fighters because of the complexity of the stick rotations and the button combinations, which is why most people tend to stay away from them. What had always been missing in fighting games was some type of tutorial to help newcomers develop and understanding of the basics, and then more advanced techniques introduced as they progress.

Mass Effect of Dragons: Age - 2

The announcement for Dragon Age 2 was an unexpected and exciting surprise, but as more details were revealed to the public, the less excited I became. It was made clear that Dragon Age: Origins was going to be a difficult experience for novice RPG players, but most had quickly learned and adapted the classic style of combat.

Will the EA Sports Online Pass work?

The one thing that publishers have tried to combat for many years is the used video game market, but each of their attempts proved ineffective. Electronic Arts has recently revealed that all new EA Sports games will include an EA Online Pass which would allow that person to play online, to hopefully prevent consumers from buying used games.

Nintendo's Online Service

Playing my Nintendo Wii for consecutive days is something that I don’t do often, only because there hasn’t been a good enough reason for flailing my arms around. Picking up Monster Hunter Tri initially seemed more like an excuse to justify my purchase of a Wii, but I was caught off guard about how fun it was playing online with a friend.

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