Kinect Star Wars is developed by LucasArts and Terminal Reality and published by Microsoft Studios. It was released on April 3 2012, and retails for $49.99 MSRP.
Kinect: Star Wars is another title that takes a big step in the right direction to showcase the Kinect’s capabilities in living rooms. But be warned – if you’re hoping to get into the shoes of a Jedi as a grown adult – this isn’t the one for you. The podracing and dancing are interesting modes to say the least, but once you start the game you realize it’s made for a younger demographic.
Story mode puts you in the shoes of a Jedi padawan and takes place during the Clone Wars. You follow a Jedi Master and experience their journey through memorable Star Wars moments like speeder bike chases, and a Death Star attack. The other modes are: Rancor Rampage, Galactic Dance Off, and Duels of Fate. One of the most memorable modes is Podracing; it pits you against other racers in a mode called Destiny which gives a back story to all the racing going on. Just don’t play it for an extended period of time or your arms will get tired.