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Kinect Motion Sports - Xbox 360 Standard Edition

by Ubisoft
Xbox 360
 Teen
4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
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  • Platform:   Xbox 360
  • ESRB Rating: Teen Teen
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Kinect Motion Sports - Xbox 360 Standard Edition + MotionsSports: Adrenaline - Kinect Required - Xbox 360 Standard Edition + Kinect Sports - Xbox 360 - Standard Edition
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Amazon.ca Product Description

Game Overview:Grab your friends and rush the living room, it is time to catapult into the wide world of Motion Sports.Race down the slopes of a Super G slalom, score a mind-blowing penalty kick, duck-and-run your way to a game-winning touchdown or throw punches at the champ as you test your skills in over 40 awesome sports challenges. Motion Sports live in-game show will follow your hits… and misses, as you compete to go from local hero to a global sports phenomenon.

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Motion Sports: Play for Real
Wide range of sports
Wide range of sports

Synopsis

No controllers. No equipment. No gear. Just real sports played the real way, and all you need is Microsoft Kinect. This collection shows off Kinect at its purest, bringing six sports to life right in your living room. Run, jump, duck, dodge, and soar through over 40 challenges that put your physical skills to the test. You'll dodge defenders and race to the end zone in football, flash fancy footwork in soccer, and work that jab in boxing. You can also hop on horseback, hit the slopes, and even hang-glide. You'll go from unknown to superstar as your every performance is broadcast on the in-game TV channel.

 

No controllers, no gear
No controllers, no gear
Take on your friends
Take on your friends

Features

  • Wide range of sports Race down the slopes of a Super G slalom, score a mind-blowing penalty shot, duck-and-run your way to a game-winning touchdown or throw punches at the champ.
  • CONTROLLER-FREE COMPETITION Using precision motion control technology to track your every movement – you are in total control of the on-screen action. No controllers, no pads, no limits.
  • THE THRILL OF VICTORY The competition heats up as you take on your friends in head-to-head challenges to decide who the ultimate athlete is.
  • LIVE FROM YOUR LIVING ROOM Your performances are broadcast on the in-game TV channel, with live commentators welcoming players to the game and commenting on every challenge with a humorous tone including – your hits…and misses.
  • CLIMB TO GREATNESS The player – beginning as local celebrity – earns national and international acclaim, winning over fans and attracting media coverage. Track your sports achievements as you go from local hero to global superstar. Share your data with your friends online and attract legions of adoring fans, and also see your face on the cover of in-game magazines.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not for Little Ones March 17 2011
By Canada
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
Right off the bat I will tell you don't buy this expecting your smaller kids to play it. My 5yr old is average height and weight but the frustration this game creates makes it not worth $10. We bought it mostly so she could ride the horse. Kinect sees her just fine as she leans from side to side and jumps. The problem is, she can't get the horse to actually go!

You must throw your hands up then down quickly with the reins. Kinect sees her doing that but I guess her hands are too small or something because she simply cannot make the animal move. Other games within Motionsports give us the same problem. Oddly though, no other Kinect game does.

My other kids like it buy prefer the baisc Kinect Sports to this one.
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5.0 out of 5 stars As good as I expected. May 10 2014
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fun, fun, fun. My grandsons are going to love this. Great for those days (rain or snow) when outside activity is not as much fun.
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5.0 out of 5 stars great game for parties ice breaker Jan. 23 2014
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to see famely and friend's moving is funny to look at even i being paralize on mi right can glide in the air trying to reach the and off the cuirquit it feels like fliing whithout the scrape and bruse lol
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Kinect Motion Sports April 25 2011
By som_36
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Kinect Motion Sports is a must have Kinect Game. Its good for the whole family and I love the games....Very nice product from Microsoft.
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Amazon.com: 2.8 out of 5 stars  93 reviews
40 of 43 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Some games are fun, but overall a poor package. Nov. 5 2010
By Tom Tweed - Published on Amazon.com
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Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
UPDATE: A small patch came in today, and the motion controls seem somewhat better, and difficulty appears somewhat tweaked.. esp. in boxing. There may be other fixes, but I'll up from 2-3 stars.

It seems that much like with the Wii launch some developers have made some inferior games to cash in. I would place Motionsports in this category.

There are some fun games in here so it's not a complete disaster.

On the good side -

Skiing
Equestrian
Hanggliding
Football

are all decent although football and equestrian are almost "turn based" (seems as this was a design decision not a function of the hardware) as you must perform your move well before the motion actually happens which is odd since Skiing and hanggliding are both extremely responsive.

On the diaster/broken mechanics side I would place Boxing and Soccer. Boxing difficulty seems ridiculous. You can connect with many punches on just the second boxer after the "tutorial" boxer and if he hits you a couple of times you're going down. In soccer the setup for kicking the ball pretty much breaks the gameplay as it is extremely difficult to tell where exactly on your floor you need to kick. It does say "shoot" but only for a very brief moment.

There is also no online multiplayer (I believe there is in Microsoft sports) so the game gets a negative there.

Also, there is no broader game.. would be nice if they could have included some sort of party game setup so the minigames don't feel so detached.
35 of 38 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars nah, not worth it Nov. 6 2010
By OmarB - Published on Amazon.com
Fun: 1.0 out of 5 stars   
Do not buy this game. I just got the Kinect and wanted to try a sports title.. unfortunately I bought this game and was very disappointed! If you finish any stage in the game you have to start over just to try and continue (how dumb is that ubisoft?)

Do yourself a favor and spend your money on another title related to sports.
25 of 26 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Not much to the game Nov. 12 2010
By Connie D. Pileggi - Published on Amazon.com
Fun: 1.0 out of 5 stars   
This game was terrible. It doesn't been have any full games to play, just little activities from within different sports. A waste of money. Stick with kinect sports
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Not Fun + Frustrating Bugs = AVOID Dec 27 2010
By Charles D. Badics - Published on Amazon.com
Fun: 1.0 out of 5 stars   
I highly recommend that you skip this game completely. The minigames are not fun, the game is buggy and it is saddled with a very poor menu design and interface.

Motion Sports is made up of several different sports: soccer, football, hang-gliding, boxing, horseback-riding and skiing. Each sport has several different game modes, which are unlocked by playing through the beginning modes. The game does not make it very clear how to unlock the other games. Just keep playing and eventually they'll unlock.

The sports vary in degree of frustration from boring to maddening. Here is my synopsis of each sport:

Hang-gliding: BORING. Put your hands at shoulder level and sway your shoulders back and fourth, up and down to maneuver the glider. Very little movement is required to control this exceptionally boring mini-game.
Boxing: FRUSTRATING. Most punches are not registered by the Kinect so you end up flailing your arms wildly hoping for the Kinect to pick up the movement.
Horseback Riding: YAWN. This game is boring, repetitive and not fun at all.
Skiing: CROUCH AND LEAN. If you enjoy crouching in a skiing position for minutes at a time you will love this mode. Crouch down and lean back and forth to control the skier. Combine the cramp-inducing crouching and the imprecise, broken controls of this game to produce a horrible gaming experience.
Soccer: MADDENING. Several different mini-games are included. The penalty shoot-out is probably the finest single mini-game; the Kinect reflects your movements as goalie accurately. The shootout mode is fun for a few plays but after a while is very repetitive. The other modes (target shooting, midfield shooting) suffer from very poor motion recognition by the Kinect. Attempting to precisely aim for the top corner of the goal is nigh-impossible with the unpredictable Kinect response to your movement - sometimes you kick way over the goal, sometimes low and weak.
Football: BROKEN. The running back minigames are boring and imprecise. Once again, the game suffers from inaccurate registering of your movements. When you perform well at the running back game, it's more luck than skill. The quarterback game is totally broken and unusable.

I found several other bugs in my couple of hours with the game:
1. The game freezing and locking up. I had to power down my xbox to recover
2. The game failing to recognize me numerous times even after playing dozens of games. This caused me to have to sign in to Xboxlive over and over again. I have not had this problem with any other Kinect games.
3. The "camera" inside the game moving far away from the action, rendering that specific game unplayable

This game is also plagued by a terrible menu system and is lacking in basic functions such as a "back" button. Avoid at all costs!
15 of 17 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Could be a lot better Nov. 7 2010
By Sphynx - Published on Amazon.com
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Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
This game was very frustrating at first. There two things I found you have to do with this game:

1. It does not work in the Kinect good zone. You have to have more space. It was cutting off my feet until I moved the couch and didn't respond to most jumps.

2. You have to actually watch the demos and do exactly as shown in the demo. For example in the football crouch you have to actually put your hands on the ground.

So the controls in this one are not very intuitive on this game. It definitely needs to be more forgiving. I don't like that it forces you to unlock everything. You have to go through these lame scenarios to get to the ones that are actually worthwhile. This game really seems like they mostly built half a game, or may be a quarter of a game. Like some demos they through together.

It's still somewhat fun and a good workout, but probably best to spend your money on something else.
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