There’s always jumping.
Kotaku’s posted up 28 lifestyle shots of “families” having a waz on Kinect in what appears to be some kind of space apartment.
Clean lines and a vaulting ceiling are constant, but the TV furniture swings between “comfortable, replete with children and facing 40,” and, “31, wobbled out of drug fog to discover serious girlfriend with ticking womb, forced to buy some fucking awful lamp in Ikea.” The two are apparently both immiscible and inevitable.
The period armchair in some ably displays the natural wealth of the four-strong family, adding completeness to the juxtaposition between slick, city living; being retarded enough to pay a four-figure sum for a mouldy seat just because it was in the window of a Crouch End “boutique”; and Kinect. Kinect: the global glue to the ultimate nower-than-now existence. These pictures say so.
Prepare for the price tag bombshell. Start trying to work out how you’ll ever afford even a single room that looks like this while you wait for the November launch.