E3 2010: New Natal games announced

Posted By | On 12th, Jun. 2010

Eventhough Microsoft are very tight lipped about what games they are showing for Project Natal at E3 2010, a few name of the games have been revealed.

  • River Rush: A white water rafting title where players will do just that and ‘Ricochet’, which sees the use of arms, legs, feet and heads to block a bombardment of balls.
  • Obstacle Course: This game will see players pull, dodge and jump their way through obstacles over a series of courses.
  • Living Statue: This one is more of a social networking gesture than a game. The feature lets players make their avatars dance and sing and then e-mail their virtual self to their friends.

Thanks, CVG.


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