Kinect is available in the US, and with that we have delightful relations of first hand experiences. Dance Central , the most exciting of kinect’s launch games is proving to be a hit. As one gamer found out though, it’s probably best not to play in the buff – and warrants a little extra care when playing.
Why? Do Kinect’s infra-red sensors get confused with all the extra dangly and wobbly bits? No, it’s far simpler than that.
As one player found out :
I was trying out the Kinect Dance Central game and I was getting hot so I took off my clothee. I had no idea that the game was going to take A BUNCH OF PICTURES OF ME WHILE DANCING WITH NO CLOTHES ON!!! I can go back and look at these pictures but HOW DO I DELETE THEM?!!! HELP!!!!
Dance Central, like just about every Kinect game, takes intermittent snapshots of you playing – and saves them to your console..and quite possibly elsewhere. Anyone browsing your Xbox 360 photo library might be in for a surprise; a glorious snapshot of you and your junk in a compromising position. Today’s lesson? Don’t play Dance central – or any other Kinect game, for that matter, without (at least!) the modestly afforded by a pair of pants. Ladies? You can dance naked as much as you like; and feel free to send me those glorious pictures.
Me? I’ll be dancing kaalgat as often as I can. Think about that again. Enjoy lunch!
You can read the rest of the thread – including some rather unhelpful advice over at the Dance Central forums.
Source : Gamepron
Last Updated: November 8, 2010