I've never even heard of this before, but it just looks utterly terrible. I'm so tired of these motion control, jump around and waggle to win games. At first I watched this and thought this game and me would make a great pear. The video just couldn't ketchup to my expectations though. So don't get this game. Orange you glad you read this comment before buying the game? If you do get it don't be a sour grape and wine about it though. I'm a horrible person, I'm sorry.
Fruit slicing, kid spies, and detective work await gamers this week.
Until the impending big releases are out eventually, players will have to make do with what's on tap this week. First up is the Xbox Live Arcade version of one of the most popular mobile games around, Fruit Ninja. This version features Kinect controls, a few new modes not seen on the mobile version, and multiplayer options that can be played either competitively or cooperatively.
Next is Spy Kids: All the Time in the World. Based on the latest movie by series creator Robert Rodriguez, the new Spy Kids title is a 2D platforming game where players race against the clock to reach the level's finish line using new spy kids Rebecca and Cecil. The game will be out on the DS this Tuesday.
Finally, gamers can check out The Mysterious Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Players are thrust into the role of Inspector Newcomen, who has to work together with Dr. Jekyll to solve multiple murder scenarios. Gamers will get to check out more than 30 minigames involving fingerprint collection and clue examination. The game will be out for DS owners this Tuesday.
Fruit Ninja Kinect (XBLA)
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