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Forza Horizon 2
Forza Horizon 2

Racing 30 September 2014

A sequel to the bestselling racing game that was a spin-off to the flagship series of racing games developed for Xbox consoles. The title was developed by the creators of the previous entry: Playground Games (Xbox One version) and by Sumo Digital (Xbox 360 version). The new installment takes place in Southern Europe where another Horizon festival takes place. The festival is filled with good music and variety of racing challenges. Similarly as its predecessor, the title offers a large, open world where hundreds of licensed cars await the player. Similarly as the first entry in the spin-off series, the game offers a driving model that is slightly simplified in comparison to Forza Motorsport – it focuses mostly on making the races impressively looking. For the first time in the series the developers implemented a dynamically changing weather system which adds some realism to the races. The developers also added the Drivatars system known from Forza Motorsport 5, enabling the virtual drivers to gain experience even if they don’t participate in the game.

Forza Horizon
Forza Horizon

Racing 23 October 2012

A spin-off to the popular series of car simulation games Forza Motorsport. The title was developed by Playground Games in cooperation with the development teams from Turn 10 Studios and Microsoft Game Studios. The game takes place on the roads of Colorado State during the titular music festival. In contrast to the main installments of the series, the spin-off gives the player much greater freedom when it comes to the exploration of the world and selecting challenges to complete. During the game it is not only important to reach the finish line before the rivals, but to drive impressively as well. The player can select from around 300 models of vehicles of various classes (from sports cars through pick-ups to roadsters) that can be additionally tuned.

Dead Rising 3
Dead Rising 3

Action 22 November 2013

The third installment in a series of original action games focusing on spectacular encounters with hordes of murderous zombies. The game was created by the fathers of the franchise - Capcom, though the player assumes the role of a completely new character here - Nick Ramos. As usual, Dead Rising 3 is set in an open environment, in which the protagonist completes a series of different tasks, eliminating entire crowds of zombies along the way. Sophisticated weapons made of various objects found and created on the fly are the hallmark of the series. Both exploration and elimination of enemies are also facilitated by use of different vehicles. In terms of visuals, the third installment presents a more serious art style, though the screen is still dominated by hordes of enemies and gallons of blood. What's important is that the maximum number of enemies that can be displayed on the screen at the same time is now three times larger than before. The graphics fully employ the potential of modern PC hardware and 8th-gen consoles.

Zoo Tycoon
Zoo Tycoon

Strategy 22 November 2013

Forza Motorsport 4
Forza Motorsport 4

Racing 11 October 2011

Another installment of the popular racing simulation game series launched in 2005 and developed by Turn 10 Studios in cooperation with Microsoft. Forza Motorsport 4 introduces numerous novelties in terms of gameplay mechanics as well as technical aspects. The game features over 500 faithfully recreated cars that we can drive on 26 varied speedways at different times of the day for the first time in the history of the series. The career mode was enriched with the so-called World Tour which is a series of tournaments that takes place all around the world. The tuning and the social options (e.g. forming clubs) known from the title’s predecessor were also expanded. One of the primary novelties is the Autovista module, which utilizes the capabilities of Kinect—it allows us to examine the body as well as the interior and compartments of the selected car’s engine. The aforementioned features are complemented by a new version of the matchmaking system that searches for competitors online.

Disneyland Adventures
Disneyland Adventures

Arcade 15 November 2011

Compilation of arcade mini-games embedded in the Disney universe, thanks to which players can not only explore the virtual Disneyland, but also take part in eighteen competitions held in locations known from cult fairy tales and films. Production is a remaster of Kinect Disneyland Adventures, and unlike the original game, it does not require Kinect motion sensor to work - you can have fun using this sensor, as well as using a pad.

Rush: A Disney Pixar Adventure
Rush: A Disney Pixar Adventure

Arcade 20 March 2012

Compilation of arcade mini-games taking place in the worlds created for the most popular animated films created by the title company Pixar. The production is a refreshed version of Kinect Rush: A Disney Pixar Adventure, and unlike the prototype that requires a Kinect motion sensor, it allows you to have fun using both the second generation of this sensor and the use of a pad.

Forza Motorsport 5
Forza Motorsport 5

Racing 22 November 2013

The fifth installment of the popular series of car racing simulators. The title was developed by studio Turn 10 which belongs to Microsoft. Similarly as the previous entries in the series, Forza Motorsport 5 allows the players to try themselves as drivers of super fast cars. There are more than 200 precisely modeled vehicles available in the game and one can use them to drive on 15 famous tracks, including Spa, Bathurst, Yas Marina and Circuit de la Sarthe. The game has a realistic driving model and control system that uses Kinect technology. What’s interesting, the developers cooperated with the team from the Top Gear TV series. It resulted in the commentary by Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May being featured in the game.

The Adventures of TinTin: Secret of the Unicorn
The Adventures of TinTin: Secret of the Unicorn

Adventure 20 October 2011

The Adventures of Tintin: Secret of the Unicorn is an action adventure game based on a film directed by Steven Spielberg. The production was undertaken by Ubisoft Montpellier studio. The main character is a young reporter who, together with his friends, Captain Haddock and his dog Snowy, sets out to look for the lost treasure. The title combines elements of a two-dimensional platformer and a three-dimensional action game. Players have the opportunity to test their fechment and piloting skills.

Brave: The Video Game
Brave: The Video Game

Action 19 June 2012

Merida Waleczna is an adventure action game produced by Disney Interactive Studios. Its plot is based on the motifs of an animated film by Pixar - Brave, known in Poland under the title Merida Waleczna (Merida Waleczna). The player directs the title character of the heroine and her friends trying to turn the terrible curse that hangs over the mountainous kingdom of Scotland.

Fable: The Journey
Fable: The Journey

Action 09 October 2012

A spin-off to the legendary RPG series developed by Lionhead studios. The game was created exclusively for Xbox 360 and the Kinect motion controller. The story takes place in the well-known land of Albion, but the gameplay mechanics were significantly simplified in order to support Kinect. It is a first-person action game with a linear story. The player is put in the shoes of a young coachman by the name of Gabriel. An unexpected meeting with a mysterious prophetess, Teresa, makes the protagonist set out on a dangerous journey during which he will have to face the evil threatening the entire land. The player will spend a lot of time driving Gabriel's carriage, exploring subsequent locations (including crypts and dungeons) and fighting gangs of Hobbes that roam the area. The game is controlled entirely with the player's movements and gestures, used to drive the carriage, during exploration, combat, and spellcasting.

Kinect Sports Rivals
Kinect Sports Rivals

Arcade 08 April 2014

The next installment of the Kinect Sports series, offering gamers a range of arcade mini-games that take advantage of the capabilities of the Kinect motion controller. The new version of the title now also offers the opportunity to compete with other players in the multiplayer network mode.

Forza Horizon 2 Presents Fast & Furious
Forza Horizon 2 Presents Fast & Furious

Racing 27 March 2015

A stand-alone expansion to the bestselling racing game Forza Horizon 2. The expansion was developed by Turn 10 in cooperation with the creators of the film franchise Fast and Furious. Its main objective is to promote the seventh installment of this very popular movie series. In the game the player assumes the role of a driver hired by Tej Parker, a character known from the movies (played by Ludacris). He must deliver selected cars to his employer. The mechanics of the game are similar to the ones from the original Forza Horizon 2. The main difference is the option to use nitro during some races. The player can participate in series of races by using 10 cars from Furious 7 and previous movies. Among them there are Dodge Charger R/T, Nissan GT-R and Toyota Supra. Each car was recreated in detail based on the materials obtained from the creators of the film.

Kinect Star Wars
Kinect Star Wars

Action 03 April 2012

Kinect Star Wars is an innovative Xbox 360 console controller action game where players play Jedi knights. The game offers several options of fun, including the possibility of fighting for light swords, piloting X-Wing and using Power. The producer and publisher of the game is LucasArts company.

Xbox Fitness
Xbox Fitness

Sports 22 November 2013

Fitness training program, offered to players only in Xbox Live. Production allows you to practice your body together with famous trainers, who present individual movements and give you the right tips. In addition, the Kinect camera allows you to control your progress and more.

Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary
Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary

Action 15 November 2011

Kinect Sports
Kinect Sports

Sports 04 November 2010

A set of sports games that make use of the Kinect motion controller. Available disciplines include boxing, bowling, beach volleyball, athletics, football and table tennis. During the competition we control our avatar from Xbox Live. The authors did not forget about multiplayer mode for up to four people.

Just Dance 2014
Just Dance 2014

Party 01 October 2013

Just Dance 2014 is a dance game belonging to one of the most popular series of this type. Fun traditionally consists in keeping pace with the dancers displayed on the screen, and our actions are recorded using the Move motion controller.

Harry Potter for Kinect
Harry Potter for Kinect

Arcade 09 October 2012

An arcade game designed for the Kinect motion controller. The title is an adaptation of Harry Potter movies and books and allows players to participate in their most important and interesting moments.

Raving Rabbids: Alive and Kicking
Raving Rabbids: Alive and Kicking

Arcade 01 November 2011

Raving Rabbids: Alive and Kicking is a set of arcade mini-games, created with the technical capabilities of the Kinect xbox motion controller in mind. Produced by Ubisoft's development studios in Milan and Paris, the game allows up to four players to have fun together.

UFC Personal Trainer
UFC Personal Trainer

Sports 28 June 2011

UFC Personal Trainer is THQ's response to such products as Wii Fit or EA Sports Active with the difference that the American studio's product is quite closely related to the world of mixed martial arts.

Kinectimals
Kinectimals

Party 04 November 2010

The game is designed for the youngest users of Xbox 360, who have always dreamed of their own animal. The game boils down to interaction with one of the five virtual animals. We do this with the help of voice commands and body movements caught by Kinecta.

Dance Central
Dance Central

Party 04 November 2010

A musical dance game using the Kinect controller. In the game we play the role of a dancer performing a number of dance hands to famous, licensed songs of the genre: pop, hip-hop, dance and R&B. The player engages his whole body to play, can use the tutorial mode, and has over 90 dance hands at his disposal.

Dance Central 3
Dance Central 3

Party 16 October 2012

The third part of the dance series on Kinecta. This time the creators decided to send players on a musical journey through different decades. The game uses songs by artists such as Usher or 50 Cent. A special novelty is the eight-person event mode.

Rise of Nightmares
Rise of Nightmares

Action 06 September 2011

Rise of Nightmares is a dark action game in the survival-horror convention by SEGA. Players play the role of an American tourist, who sets out to rescue his wife kidnapped by a crazy scientist. The title uses the functionality of the Kinect motion controller, which is required for fun.

Burnout Crash!
Burnout Crash!

Racing 20 September 2011

A crazy racing minigame which is a spin-off to the popular Burnout series developed by Criterion Games and launched in 2001. Burnout Crash! focuses entirely on the titular Crash Mode which is one of the hallmarks of the franchise. Thus the gameplay here focuses on causing as much damage as possible in collisions on crowded streets. The player is rewarded for being creative when causing road accidents - the more damage one causes the higher their score is. Contrary to all the previous installments, the game features top-down perspective. This affects the gameplay formula significantly, because the player cannot see what is far ahead of them and good reflexes are the key to success here. One is capable of comparing their results with others' thanks to the Autolog system, which appeared first in the Need for Speed series.