How was it? According to Aziz, it seemed terrible! The Kinect didn’t read half of his attacks and the character players control pretty much stays in one place. As mentioned before, this is an early build of the game so much can change between now and the release date in October. We at Saiyan Island are certainly hoping for the game to be a success! Anyways, you can see Aziz’s full impressions in the Dragon Ball Z Kinect video preview below!
Dragon Ball Z Kinect (officially known as Dragon Ball Z for Kinect) is in development by Spike Chunsoft. It will feature over 50 playable characters and put players in a first person scenario as they act like the heroes and villains they love from the Dragon Ball Z series thanks to Microsoft’s Kinect. The game will be published in North America and Europe by Namco Bandai Games October 2012 for the Microsoft Xbox 360.