The lights are on
What new ideas the game brings to the table and how well old ideas are presented.
How good a game looks, taking into account any flaws such as bad collision or pop-up.
Does the game’s music and sound effects get you involved or do they make you resolve to always play with the volume down?
Basically, the controller to human interface. The less you think about the hunk of plastic in your hands, the better the playability.
Flat out, just how fun the game is to play. The most important factor in rating a game.
The new trailer for Kinect Star Wars game stars that annoying kid you met in college who wanted to be exactly like Jack Black but was only mildly amusing.
Kinect Star Wars is set to release in early 2012, but here is a taste of what the game will be like…actually this trailer doesn’t feature any gameplay, but from what we’ve seen of the game, maybe that was a wise choice.
Check out our TGS coverage of the game, here.
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Unless they've completely rebuilt the game since last I saw it (and they haven't) everything I've seen says "completely blows" so it's best they don't show people in order to try to get them to buy it.
If you watch parks and rec on NBC then you'll understand this humor.
I found parts of that kind of funny...