Mixed martial arts brand UFC is suing game company Ubisoft for using the term "the Ultimate Fighting weapon" to promote awful Kinect game Fighters Uncaged.
Update: Number cruncher GfK Chart-Track has explained to Eurogamer why sales of Kinect Adventures - the game the Kinect camera is bundled with - haven't been included.
"Take a break if you become tired or sore."
No, not the advice given by union reps to ladies just starting out in a particular sector of the film business, but the message which appears when you boot up any Kinect-enabled game.
Well, Microsoft, much as I'd like to believe this concern for my well-being comes from the bottom of your heart, I don't. I think this is simply a precaution you're taking in case I try to sue you for not warning me that playing River Rush for 92 hours straight might result in achey legs.
Ubisoft's trio of Kinect titles - Fighters Uncaged, Motion Sports, Your Shape: Fitness Evolved - are launch titles for Microsoft's flashy new sensor.
Fighters Uncaged is for big boys and girls, and teaches you how to fight like a Thai boxer. You'll learn real Muay Thai moves and use them on opponents in a variety of dramatic settings: rooftops, alleys, city docks, etc.
Motion Sports, on the other hand, is a mish-mash of various sporting events: American football, horse riding, skiing, hang gliding, boxing and football to name a few.
Ubisoft is making a fighting game called Fighters Uncaged exclusively for Xbox 360 Kinect.