E3 2011: Kinect Sports Season 2 Announced

Posted By | On 06th, Jun. 2011

Big surprise.

Microsoft announced the sequel to Rare’s Wii Sports rip off, Kinect Sports, at their E3 presser today. The game looks like a poor (or rich, depending upon how much money you spent on the Kinect) man’s Wii Sports Resort, although it clearly won’t be half as fun.

God damn it Microsoft, won’t you just stop it with the Kinect stuff already? We get it, you’ve justified the Kinect enough already!

Check out the trailer below.


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