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Terribe, terrible missed oportunity.
on 7 March 2017
Very poor implementation of what could have been a fun game given the improved accuracy of the Kinect 2. This game is well behind the original Kinect Adventures for control and response, it is basically a gesture driven 3d version of 1990s streetfighter; moves are limited and your avatar doesn't match your moves at all. The original Kinect Sports Boxing makes this look like a prototype.
Control amounts to making a specific caricature of one of the 4 possible moves and watching your avatar eventually perform it when it's finished the last animation, which could be up to half a second later (if it's more than half a second the game ignores you).
Anyone with even rudimentary real-world hand-to-hand combat training will find this frustrating because of the limited move set, and anyone who can move faster than an arthritic 90 year old is going to be raging within minutes as the game fails to keep up with them, or misses their moves completely because they're too fast.
I played this for about 45 minutes then binned it.