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Fighters Uncaged announced for Kinect

Wednesday, 18th August 2010 11:31 GMT By Joe Anderson

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Ubisoft has announced Fighters Uncaged, a new fighting game exclusively for Kinect on Xbox 360.

Fighters Uncaged will allow players to create 70 different strikes inspired by martial arts and compete in 21 different fighting environments such as rooftops, dark alleys, gritty city docks and abandoned church.

The game will also include diverse opponents with unique fighting styles, allow for devastating combos with voice-activated super strikes and give you the opportunity to upgrade your character by unlocking new skills.

A jump-in multiplayer feature will also be included.

“Fighters Uncaged is the first motion fighting game for Microsoft Kinect, dedicated to a core audience,” said Adam Novickas, US director of marketing at Ubisoft.

“Fighters Uncaged requires players to get out of their seat to engage in a controller-free full-body combat game and experience the authentic fighting style of Thai boxing.”

Fighters Uncaged will be released worldwide in November.

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14 Comments

  1. Crysis

    i do prefer The Fight: Lights Out, this looks pretty crap to be honest

    #1 4 years ago
  2. Erthazus

    They both suck, but here you at least can fight with your mighty foot.

    thats the only game where i see Kinect implementation.

    #2 4 years ago
  3. Crysis

    who brawls with their feet? maybe only to stomp on them while they’re on the floor…

    #3 4 years ago
  4. Aimless

    @3 Thai boxers, as per the article.

    #4 4 years ago
  5. Gekidami

    Surely this isnt a disc based game? Its gotta be digital with those visuals.

    #5 4 years ago
  6. Boris Fett

    People seem to have completely ignored the fact that The Fight: Lights Out is not actually a one-to-one tracked game. The demo was all smokes and mirrors. Your movement in The Fight will not be correlated entirely to what you see on screen.

    Whether this turns out to be a better game or not depends entirely on that fact. We’ll have to see.

    #6 4 years ago
  7. Erthazus

    they actually both not “one to one tracked games”. Just imitations of what i could do better with the pad.

    Motion controls… Motion controls…..

    #7 4 years ago
  8. Gekidami

    @6
    Just from that trailer you can see this is gesture based to, not 1:1. Only Lights Out has better looking animations.

    #8 4 years ago
  9. get2sammyb

    The thing is, gesture-based is the way to go with this type of game. None of us (few, anyway) are actual boxers/Thai fighters. If we’re being tracked 1:1 (i.e. motion capped) we’re just going to look like limp lumps of meat flailing our arms around on screen. There’ll be no sense of imagination (which is what games are all about for me, being/doing something you can’t).

    I haven’t played this, but I have played The Fight Lights Out, and the key thing there is that the much of the time the game FELT like it was doing what I wanted it to do. If I did an uppercut motion, the game did an uppercut. Etc. That’s key. So long as the gestures WORK, it doesn’t matter that it’s gesture based. In my opinion anyway.

    #9 4 years ago
  10. Nozz

    /watches trailer.
    meh
    /plays Super Street Fighter 4.

    #10 4 years ago
  11. Robo_1

    This was a no-brainer for Kinect, and I’ll be curious to see how it turns out.

    #11 4 years ago
  12. Freek

    Looks like a nice way to destroy a living room!

    #12 4 years ago
  13. James Mac

    I don’t mind it at all.

    I give it about a week before someone accidently gives their multiplayer opponent one of those spinning back kicks to the forehead.

    Ubi seem to be putting out better Kinect games than MS… which is a little disturbing.

    #13 4 years ago
  14. kdogg

    where did it all go wrong…

    #14 4 years ago

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