Xbox exclusive hernia simulator Dance Central has released its latest iteration. Dance Central Spotlight marks the series debut on Xbox One and also marks a shift from boxed retail disc to a purely digital release.
Microsoft's 90 minute E3 2014 show was all about the games. How things have changed.
Microsoft-owned developer Rare wanted to make another entry in the Kinect Sports series for Xbox One because it felt it had "unfinished business" with the sensor.
Hate the laborious task of typing in those 25 digit codes on Xbox 360? Hate no more, because on Xbox One you'll be able to scan a QR code using the new Kinect instead.
Would you like to control your computer with your eyes? Of course you would.
Microsoft wants to put its motion sensor Kinect in laptops and tablets, but it faces a touch technical challenge to make its wish a reality.
A UK university will spend 18 months developing a Kinect-powered prototype it hopes will be used to help stroke victims.
Remember Microsoft's patented idea of projecting the bits of a gaming you don't see on your TV - the periphery - onto the walls and furniture of your living room?
Microsoft-owned developer Rare is sticking with motion sensor Kinect for its next, unannounced project.
Microsoft has dug up three mini-games from Kinect Sports: Season Two for sale as individual Xbox Live Arcade titles.
The demo for EA's upcoming magical motion game, Harry Potter for Kinect, is available now on Xbox Live. Go on. You know you want it.
The first image showing Kinect 2's capabilities has reportedly leaked online by previous Durango devkit source DaE (via Xboxygen).
EA has released a video showcasing the voice commands available to Kinect owners who play FIFA 13.
Natural speech recognition is the next big challenge for Kinect, a Rare developer has said.
The great thing about buttons - whether they're on your doorbell, mobile phone, game controller or even plastered all over an elaborate mech-simulation peripheral that comes with its own Allen key - is that when you push them into the recess and feel that satisfying click as the contact hits the mark, you can be around 99.99 per cent sure that your action will have the desired result. It's a principle that gaming has embraced since its earliest days.
Microsoft will make the seated gameplay technology Lionhead has worked on for Fable: The Journey available to all Kinect developers, the studio has revealed.
A sequel to critically-savaged Kinect effort Joy Ride launches on Xbox Live Arcade soon, Microsoft has announced, and this time around it's ditched the motion controls.
The Australian Classification Board has rated a previously unannounced game called Joy Ride Turbo for release.
Lionhead's aborted Kinect project Milo & Kate wasn't axed due to any technical limitations, but because the market at large wasn't ready for what it had to offer, so says creator Peter Molyneux.
Sony's been spotted patenting a "User-Driven Three-Dimensional Interactive Gaming Environment" - technology that works like Kinect.
PC manufacturer Asus is reportedly collaborating with Microsoft on a new laptop featuring a built-in Kinect sensor.
A demo for spooky Kinect game Rise of Nightmares has been added to Xbox Live Marketplace.
Star Wars Kinect has a dancing mini-game, the US ratings board has revealed.
Microsoft is working with more than 200 companies across 25 industries - from healthcare to education - to spread the reach and application of Xbox 360 motion sensing camera Kinect.