posted by cernunnos (GAINESVILLE, FL) Nov 22, 2011
Member since Jun 2009
Sure, the imprecision of the Kinect controls will probably prevent any Kinect game from earning a perfect 10 in my book but this one came close. First time I played this game everything seemed fine but the next day I had pretty bad calibration issues that wouldn't go away. Regardless, playing Child of Eden is one of the best things I have ever done. It's about as close to Gamer or Minority Report as you are going to get. There are two things the game either doesn't tell you or I missed repeatedly: you must shoot your targets with the beat, in order to add to your multiplier you must have (at least?) 8 items locked onto when you shoot.