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    Kinect Vs. Move: One Year Later


    It's been about one year since Microsoft and Sony both released their respective motion controllers, Kinect for Xbox 360 and Move for PlayStation 3.

    For sales, Microsoft reported in March 2011 it has shipped 10 million Kinect units worldwide since launch. It has not provided an update since. U.S. retail tracking firm NPD reported this month that 750,000 Kinects were sold during the week of Black Friday. Sony announced at E3 2011 it has shipped 8.8 million PlayStation Move controllers worldwide since launch, but has not provided an updated sales figure since.

    For a closer look at each platform, Game Informer worked with Electronic Entertainment Design and Research (EEDAR) for data on software, including average review scores, total release count, and release count by genre. The data includes a look at software titles with required Move and Kinect controls (Dance Central, Sports Champions) as well as optional (LittleBigPlanet 2, Forza 4).

    The results have been posted below:



    EEDAR notes that titles with optional Kinect and Move controls reviewed higher than those with required controls. Additionally, Microsoft released more Kinect-required titles in the year while Sony released substantially more Move optional games.



    Both platforms saw over half of their software titles in the year released during the holiday months. Average review scores for holiday titles were also higher than non-holiday titles.



    Below are the top 5 highest reviewed games for both Kinect and Move that had required and optional controls. The review score is an average:


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    so far both of them...piece of junk..

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    Quote Originally Posted by chutti View Post
    so far both of them...piece of junk..
    We can't ask for anything better bro , still Kinect is better than the latter.

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    how about better games???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    We can't ask for anything better bro , still Kinect is better than the latter.
    Look at the images, aktao kintu actual game sales niye na. Those figures are cherry picked to give you the impression that both are relatively performing well. Truth is people buying Kinect/Move are not buying the games for it.

    Kinect e almost EVERYDAY deal dekhi, 360 price but with kinect. So jara kine tader kinect thaktesei but keo e game kinena. Same goes for Move.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aayman View Post
    Look at the images, aktao kintu actual game sales niye na. Those figures are cherry picked to give you the impression that both are relatively performing well. Truth is people buying Kinect/Move are not buying the games for it.

    Kinect e almost EVERYDAY deal dekhi, 360 price but with kinect. So jara kine tader kinect thaktesei but keo e game kinena. Same goes for Move.
    Damn eto Bajhe obosta, was kinda lookin forward to playing Dance Central

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    Damn eto Bajhe obosta, was kinda lookin forward to playing Dance Central
    Dance Central was the first decent Kinect game. It looks like a lot of fun and I even saw some people trying it out. It was hilarious but not embarassing and it sure looked fun. But at the of the day, how often would you play it?

    My friend is a guitar enthusiast, and he jumped when I first found him a deal for RockSmith. After he got the game, he played it exactly one time and he loved it. He plays the guitar everyday on his own time playing his own choice of songs, and when I ask him why, its clear that he's too lazy to go through the process of playing the game through the 360 lol. So bujho Kinect games e lokjon er ki hobe, koi nacha nachi r koi guitar connect kore play kora lol.

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