Until now. Finally, Kinect Star Wars promises to do exactly that. Here's how:
- The Jedi live by a strict moral code, which basically means there's a ton of things you can't do. In Kinect Star Wars, you're on rails, so there's heaps of things you can't do, even if you want to, even though your amazing Force powers should allow you to do them.
- The Jedi are excellent at taking orders. With the game on rails, you'll hardly have to think for yourself at all!
- Jedi have spectacular Force powers, but rarely use, except to push or pull the occasional thing. The game is eerily true to life.
- The Jedi are in peak physical fitness, as you'll be after spending 17 hours jumping on the spot trying to get your avatar to do one little jump, which you could have done in about 0.002 of a second if you had a controller instead.
- Jedi are good at getting shot in the face. As you can see in the trailer below, within thirty seconds of fighting your first few battle Droids, you will know exactly what it felt like to be a Jedi during Order 66.
Via Topless Robot.