Beatsplosion! for Kinect review

Imagine a lonely empty desert with miles and miles of sand, nothing else but sand. The oasis you would be looking for can be compared with an Xbox One Kinect game, it’s very, very rare. Luckily we have Virtual Air Guitar, one of the few studios that still make games for the Kinect. In this review you find out if Beatsplosion is a worthy  time consumer.

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One of the greatest artists of all time, David Bowie meant a lot for the gaming industry too

10/01/2016, a date that many people will remember because for David Bowie, the legendary performer and song writer died of cancer. An influenceable person for music, film and much more. Let’s take a look in what games you can experience his work.

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After one month: time to fix Rainbow Six: Siege Ubisoft

First things first, when everything works Rainbow Six: Siege is one of the greatest online games ever. It reminds me of some of the unforgettable Socom teamwork moments on Playstation 2. Sadly the game has been an unplayable mess at many random times.

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Virtual Air Guitar keeps the Kinect alive with Beatsplosion!

Beatsplosion uses Kinect for Xbox One to transport players into the crazy world of subatomic particles in search of a Unified Field Theory – by smashing everything into smithereens. Players will punch particles, dodge walls and jump over obstacles, all to the beat of music.

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