Your Shape: Fitness Evolved - Feature

Your Shape: Fitness Evolved

Your Shape: Fitness Evolved Boxart

Game Details

View Game Summary
Stats Board
  • 7 follow
    this
  • 0 own
    this
  • 21 articles
    about this
  • 2.5/10 average
    user rating
Your
Rating

Latest Articles

Screenshot - 843183
original

Weekly Wrap-Up 4/22/11

This week was certainly hot with plenty of new releases. GameZone checks out some of the hottest new games and looks ahead at a few anticipated title Read More

Microsoft Unveils TGS Lineup
original

Microsoft Unveils TGS Lineup

All Microsoft-themed articles this week must feature at least one Halo: Reach image With TGS upon us it's time for the companies to begin the show and tell process. Thankfully, Microsoft has just released the full list of games which they'll have available at this week's show. It's quite a hefty dollop of stuff indeed, and gamers should be very pleased with all that's being offered. Hit the jump for the full list. Read More

Analysts: Kinect Needs More Quality Software; First Kinect Units Playable at U.S. Microsoft Stores
original

Analysts: Kinect Needs More Quality Software; First Kinect Units Playable at U.S. Microsoft Stores

Analysts with Panoptic Management Consultants believe that Microsoft didn't really move up or down in their value during E3. Rather, they advise investors to hold their stock and suggested that while Kinect's technology "is compelling", the software needs to be improved in order to cement success for the motion control device, which will be arriving in November. In an article on Gamasutra, it was revealed that Panoptic believes Kinect needs more quality software to survive. "The technology is compelling," said Adam H. Kraus, "but it needs more unique quality software to make it a success." Read More

E3 2010: Ubisoft And Kinect Are Best Friends Forever
original

E3 2010: Ubisoft And Kinect Are Best Friends Forever

Ubisoft today announced a few interesting details about their history with Microsoft's new Kinect device. Apparently they've been working with 3D camera technology since 2008 in collaboration with a company called PrimeSense. By pure coincidence, PrimeSense was later acquired by Microsoft to work on Project Natal. Ubi, who already had several projects on the go, were therefore a shoe-in to be an active part of the device's eventual launch as Kinect. Hit the jump for more on how Ubi are already trying to improve on Kinect's technology - and some details of the games they're working on. Read More