Fruit Ninja slices its way onto Microsoft’s Xbox 360 Kinect

Now for the announcement all you Fruit Ninja addicts have been waiting for as an announcement has been made that the popular mobile device game is coming to the Xbox 360 and will take advantage of the Kinect motion sensor to make you the play the fruit killer.

The announcement came today E3 from Halfbrick and they could not have chosen a better stage for an announcement like this. Microsoft will feature this game as part of a Summer of Arcade promotion which is expected this year.

The best thing about Fruit Ninja coming to the Xbox 360 is the bigger screen and the fact that you are the controller or weapon rather than just your fingers. Much like the mobile version you will presumably need to use your ninja chopping skills to hack the fruit in half whilst trying to avoid the bombs.

The game will feature three modes for single player which include Arcade, Zen and Classic and there will also be a two player mode where you will both stand side by side slicing wildly to compete against each other.

Check out the article at GamesPress for more details about the Kinect version of the game. Are you looking forward to some fruity ninja fun?

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Written by Chris Cook

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