วันอาทิตย์ที่ 21 สิงหาคม พ.ศ. 2554

Fruit Ninja Kinect sees Halfbrick Games' popular iPhone title move to a larger screen, though sadly its rather shallow mechanics haven't been expanded along with its inflated price tag. What was a perfect confection for on-the-go gaming feels slightly out of place in the home, even if it does makes solid use of Microsoft's motion camera as players flail their arms to slice flying fruit. Competitive and co-operative multiplayer modes make it enjoyably silly, throwaway fun for parties, though it's difficult to see lone players wanting to return once the initial novelty of chopping peaches, passion fruit and pomegranates has worn off.

, by contrast, is aimed at a very different audience. Its side-scrolling gameplay is redolent of 2D classics such as Metroid and

Chris Schilling

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