Rated 10 out of 10
by CiceroTheMerryman This game is "the" Kinect shooter
I really love playing this game, whether I'm using the controller or Kinect (though I'm better with Kinect). It has amazing graphics & music, & it's a great experience to play through all of it to get the Lumi's Garden rewards, I like those. ^=^
Rated 4 out of 10 by Renott Quickly dwindling appeal...
I rushed to the store to buy this.... I went home and played for 5 minutes and it grew tiring..... The first level was 20 minutes long and I couldn't stop dyif and ha to keep restarting. Once I beat that level, i saw that it lacked many features that I was hoping for. It wasn't as immersive as advertised and disappointed me deeply. I want to return it, honestly. I was expecting much more. Also, it is way too difficult to control the camera with kinect and I bought it for use with kinect and the triggers move the scope very oddly. Refining this game a little more would make it way better. I just lost all my appeal and I want to cry. I was so excited. Do not buy unless you want a very time intensive TV screensaver and ambience. The sound wasn't good either. Going to return later. Disappointed, thought I would have a nice time with this but it was honestly terrible. I just am speechless now. Don't advertise the opposite of what you're selling. That's it.
Rated 0 out of 10 by HeadMonkey Absolutly Stunning
This game by far looks amazing, visual wise anyways. Definitely beautiful look with superb graphics. The combination of the new Kinect and controller sounds kinda cool not sure if it take of as a gamer accessory. It is disappointing it looks like a rail shooter tho, but I guess in Kinects early stages its understandable. This game will be a big test for it I think and hopefully evolve into a wider use in hardcore games.
Being a big fan of the more gun heavy military shooters this game will definitely get a go.
Also this game reminds me of by name and part of the video of that SNES game EVO ("something" of Eden) cant remember actual name but it gave me hope :D
Rated 0 out of 10 by Gio3Dude Child of Eden, Lighting A New Era For Kinect
Child of Eden will come out on the 14th of June, and there's still time for purchase to get the poster. Even though the game can be played sitting down, UbiSoft made sure that it's a better experience when standing up. Alongside Kung-Fu Panda 2, it's showing that more genres can be used for Kinect, beside dance, sport, and pets. The shooter looks very interesting, and with it only priced at $50, it's not that much of a risk to buy. If this game is good, just imagine Sesame Street's Once Upon A Monster, Kinect Star Wars, and others. It just comes to show you, XBOX will make sure you stand up and ditch the controller for a while.
Rated 9 out of 10 by Diddy645 Beautiful...just beautiful...
Just like in Rez, you will be sucked into the game straight from the start. The game looks amazing and the synthetic sounds of the destroyed enemies will add to the already amazing background music. If you love rail shooters, rhythm games or pretty lights, then this game is definitely for you. The game is short, though, which is its ONLY flaw. I got the game using a Buy 2 Get 1 Free deal, so it didn't matter for me, but if money is an issue, just wait for the price to go down a bit before getting this amazing game.
Rated 0 out of 10 by DrDiddy Beautiful and Fun!
The best game to come out for use with Kinect so far! Visually stunning, this shooter also feeds the appetite of your ears with it's amazing music. You can play with a regular controller, but it was designed to be played with Kinect. It's quite simple to play, but can be pretty challenging like most shooters. Basically you have two ways to destroy your targets; your left hand shoots projectiles while your right hand locks on to multiple targets and destroys them at once. If you destroy the targets to the beat of the music, you get more points as well.
Rated 0 out of 10 by ShaolinDeadlyGamers Would rather play Panzer Dragoon
I can see this game getting annoying really quick. It was marketed as a kinect game but holding your hand to target and flicking your wrist to fire sounds like I would get sick of those controls in 15 seconds. If I am using a controller the gameplay is still just basic linear shooting. Story sounds neat but not deep enough to make this title interesting. The music and the flashy lights. That's all this game has going for it. There will be a million of these used on ebay a week after it comes out.
Rated 0 out of 10 by HowlingMoon A Buy For Me
For the other guy below me, the song is a remix of Genki Rocket's Starline, the original is just as wonderful to listen to, and the entire soundtrack of the game is composed by the band, or so i read. Fans of Rez or RezHD will probably love this game as its made the same way, a fly by shooter with awesome soundtracks that change to the beat of your fire rate
Rated 5 out of 10 by sheik77 Good, but short and little value
the graphics are flashy, colorful, and outstanding. The gameplay is great with the kinect and the controller, however I did enjoy the kinect more because it was faster controlling the reticule. I didn't notice any bugs or glitches with the kinect sensor. The one flaw that makes the game not so good is that the game itself is way too short just like rez was. I really recommend this game to rez fans.
Rated 10 out of 10 by Pengu1n This game is beautiful.
Everything about this game is a work of art. The soundtrack is great and the visuals are mind-blowing. I would let the average gamer know that this game does lack some content (it is not very long), but it does have replay value. If you like artistic games like Braid and Limbo, or you just want a good game, buy this game.