In Hulk Hogan’s Main Event, players will learn the ropes from the man himself as Hulk Hogan schools them on delivering the best show for the crowd by emulating famous Hulk poses and performing more than 30 punishing combos. The Kinect sensor tracks players’ every move; the more dynamic the motion, the more high impact the wrestler’s performance is. Players will create their own unique wrestler personality through a robust create-a-wrestler feature including many choices for face, hair, tattoos, outfit, ethnicity, body type, and entrance music. Perform in nine different venues including the backyard brawl, local gym and giant stadium in front of a massive audience.
We’ve seen some good Kinect games, and we’ve seen some bad Kinect games. However, we’ve never really gotten to the point where we’ve seen a Kinect game so awful that it almost made us swear off motion gaming entirely. That is, until this weekend, when a wrestling buddy invited us over to have some “fun” with Hulk Hogan’s Main Event. And by fun, he must’ve meant “trying to figure out how to make the damn thing work”, because, really, we’re still stuck. This is how it’s SUPPOSED to work, according to the game’s star, Hulk Hogan. You enter the ring and perform a number of motions throughout your match. So, if you want to do a grapple, you swing your arms around as if... Read Review