Xbox Kinect is a ball-tracking technology that allows your voice to interact with the game. I have to say I wasn’t really sure what slogan we were going to use for our Xbox Kinect video gaming experience. We already had a slogan we used on our garage doors for an auto-complete option. This was good because it meant you didn’t have to say your first name every time you entered the garage; however, when you’re playing a driving game and need to be sure of a spot, this is not an option you want to have.
We went with the best slogan we could find: “itsupportune.” This said it in the context of a driving game. You know, when you hit that open road, you want to be able to nail that next great shot. When you hit that bumper, you want to be able to line that up perfectly. The way to do this is by using a phrase that describes your aiming location on the screen, in the context of a game like Call of Duty or other first person shooters. So we went with “itsupportune.”
It may sound silly when you have to edit your own video game, but if you look at it closely this is one of the most useful features of the Xbox 360.
When you are recording a video game, you can quickly go into the Xbox 360’s video editing section and change what you are doing while you are playing. Now think about this for a moment. What does this mean for you as a gamer?
If you want to edit your game; what do you have to do? You simply have to put in your new phrase or words. It will then play in real-time while you are playing the game. For us, this meant we could quickly highlight certain points in the game that we wanted to be sure we’re doing right.