Child of Eden Preview

Posted by Grey Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Quite possibly the best title to go along with the Xbox 360 Kinect experience.

Set to be launched worldwide on November 4th, 2010, the Xbox 360 Kinect peripheral will be launched with at least 16 accompanying titles. But what most gaming enthusiasts interested with the unique gaming experience promised would be Tetsuya Mizuguchi and Q Entertainment's Child of Eden. Somewhat of a spiritual successor to Mizuguchi’s previous surprise hit title in 2002, Rez, Child of Eden continues the synesthetic adventures fusing rhythmic action gameplay with rail shooting elements as player takes on the role of a hacker on a quest to quell off virus attack on an all-compassing futuristic system. Although the Kinetic motion controls are absolutely optional for the title, the psychedelic gameplay perfectly gel with Kinect's controller-free motion controls, providing an edge over its Sony compatriots, the PlayStation Move device as the title will be launched for PS3 as well.

A pity for Microsoft, since the title will not be available for Kinect's launch, and will only be released in 2011. Check out the trailer embedded below for some breathtaking trippy visuals, complete with some very cool techno-pop tunes, followed by the some of screenshots of the game.







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