Like most people, I don't make sweeping generalisations. It's probably fair to say, however, that no one wants to be treated like a human d-pad.
If Kinect makes you the controller, then MotionSports makes you a NES pad. Even worse, the game's archaic design only reinforces that notion. Unlike Kinect Adventures, Kinect Sports or the excellent Dance Central, this is a game that makes Microsoft's accessory look pointless and – at times – even broken.
That isn't Kinect's fault, though. MotionSports would have been terrible on any platform, with any controller. This, after all, is a game that features the brilliant Midfield Kick, in which you are challenged to boot a football from the centre spot into an open goal.
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.
Ubisoft's press conference was undoubtedly a highlight of E3. Announcement-packed, full of surprises and spectacularly French, it even helped the company win Best Publisher in Eurogamer's E3 Awards.
Ubisoft has gone E3 bonkers this year, revealing not just new Assassin's Creed, laser quest guns and some kind of pulse measuring device but also a Kinect sports title.
It's called Motionsports and it's exclusive to Xbox 360. No game footage was shown today - just a trailer with a series of people in funny outfits playing their game in a lifestyle-white lounge.
It looked like they were playing American football, soccer and some kind of winter sports.