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Originally announced as an Xbox Live Arcade title that took advantage of Microsoft’s new Avatar models last year at E3, Big Park’s Kinect Joy Ride has gone through a lot since that time. It’s since been overhauled from a downloadable game to a retail title, and now makes full use of Microsoft’s multi-million dollar motion sensitive controller. While some may think the idea of playing a driving... Read Review

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Microsoft Unveils TGS Lineup

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Kinect Bundle Priced by Walmart: $199
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Kinect Bundle Priced by Walmart: $199

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E3 2010: Breaking: Microsoft Starts Doomsday Cult (Kinect Event)
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E3 2010: Breaking: Microsoft Starts Doomsday Cult (Kinect Event)

It's official, ladies and gentlemen. Microsoft has decided, taking a page from Apple, to transform their company into essentially a cult. According to Reviews on the Run host Jeff Cannata's Twitter, those attending tonight's Project Natal Kinect event at the Galen Center in Los Angeles have been asked to wear white ponchos, which means that the poisoned Kool-Aid is certainly soon to come. Okay, well, not exactly, but it is pretty weird. Our own Ken Cauley and Joey Davidson are at the event, so pray for them, please. For more pics, including EGM's Billy Berghammer and Valhalla Game Studios' Tomonobu Itagaki (!) wearing the white garb, hit the cut for our Twitter-based "live"-blog. Read More