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that shes literally already landed as her avatar inexplicably hangs in the air for a very consipcuous split second too long. Her onscreen character also twitches involuntarily, apparently having some sort of digital seizure. Interestingly, Tsunodas jumps seem much better synced with the action on the screen maybe Microsoft forgot to test the technology out on anyone other than grownup male nerds, which would be unfortunate for them, since their audience is anyone but grownup male nerds.Honestly, Kinect Cheap FF14 Gil  just looks worse and worse every time it pops up, whether behind a creepy French circus at E3 or on the set of a comedians late night talk show. Even casual and nongamers couldnt possibly be entertained by games like Kinect Adventures, the riverrafting minigame, for more than an hour. Or could they? After all, Wii Sports tennis involved little more than a flick of the wrist, not even requiring players to move their own characters. On the other hand, at least that involved competition and goals, practically requirements for even the most basic forms of interactive entertainment. Kinect Sports seems to perform slightly better, though its still just a game about jumping. Even Tsunodas empty promise to give new Xbox 360s to The Roots if Jimmy beats him seems somewhat misguided, as they could no doubt go buy their own, if they wanted to. Maybe the audience should have got the shwag instead, Microsoft. Just saying.E3 2010 Start the Party HandsOn. The Wii showed that a single game that shows off all the possibilities of motion controlled gaming is an alluring concept. Gamers will want to know what is the Wii Sports for the PlayStation Move. Sony has shown the answer to that question isnt to directly copy what others have done, but to create a new game based on minigame concepts that puts players in the game thanks to the PlayStation Eye. Start the Party is likely to start a living room craze. My hands on time with the game was insanely fun. In each of the 20 minigames, the player is put in the game with the PlayStation Move and given