Can you remember as far back as the hazy summer days of August? Things were simpler than - they were certainly brighter - and for a couple of days everyone got excited about the Leap Motion Controller, a Kinect-like device that promised low latency input. Well, when I say excited I mean mildly interested, until it became clear that it wasn't quite the future of motion control.
There have been a sprinkling of games since its release - with Double Fine's DropChord still the pick of the bunch - and more recently the relatively big budget Blue Estate launched. An on-rails shooter that's a bit like House of the Dead with a little less imagination and a bit more casual racism, it's hardly a sparkling advertisement for the conttroller. It's most certainly a game, though, I'll give it that. You can have a peek yourself in Ian Higton's Let's Play video below.