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Xbox 360 Kinect 2011 Games Roadmap: Expanding List

The Kinect for the Xbox 360 has not been out that long, so it is understandable that there is not that many games available as yet. We already know that there are 21 new games coming in 2011, but it seems as though that list keep growing all the time. This means that the motion-sensing device will now be able to do what it was intended to do, help you play games — well if you have a room large enough that is?

There are still a huge number of games that we are not sure on, as certain developers have yet to offer any details. However, do not fear, as there are a huge number of titles on the horizon. There are already two dance titles available for Kinect, so you will be pleased to know that THQ is to launch Dance Paradise on February 22.

You cannot have a motion sensing system without a bowling game in your collection, which is where Brunswick Pro Bowling comes in. Never before have you been able to make a subtle move of your wrist while playing a game like this, so aim right and do not move your hand too much before you bowl; this game will be launched on February 28.

One game that we will be looking forward to is Winter Sports 3: The Great Tournament. This game is released on March 29 and will give you the chance to compete in a number of events, such as bobsledding and snowboarding — just make sure your floor is clean for the former.

These are just three of the upcoming title available, visit IGN UK, for a complete list, which is expanding all the time.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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