Humm…I don’t know. I played the demo a couple of times and after I got the hang of the controls, I never had a problem with it. And that was the wake racing event, which the author uses as an example of problematic gesture recognition. Actually, I was really surprised at how well they worked, because I never liked the original Kinect and I was/am very skeptical of the technology.
I think this may be a fun party game. One that even looks amazing and true new gen. Seriously, the game is gorgeous.
I think that’s the right approach regardless of the acquisition. OR looks awesome from everything that we can see so far, but it’s a work in progress. No matter how great it looks, it’s only a good idea to wait and see how the final product works out. That’s what I think, at least. I don’t think Facebook buying the company made me any more skeptical than I already was. Which wasn’t much, btw.