There's a recent Dragon Ball Z For Kinect trailer that demos the Xbox 360 game's controller-free motion controls, and it's campier than your usual anime video. The one-minute YouTube trailer, embedded below, shows some of the unique features that you can expect on the Dragon Ball Z For Kinect release date in the month of October.
Dragon Ball Z For Kinect the the game's version of "Episode of Bardock," an episode of the anime that hasn't touched European soil yet, and a playable Bardock Super Saiyan. Dragon Ball Z for Kinect marks the very for time that Bardock has been a playable character in the long list of Dragon Ball video games. He'll be one of the characters in which you can perform 100 motion-controlled moves with.
I know, there've been a lot of Dragon Ball Z video games, but Dragon Ball Z For Kinect could be different with its Kinect controls and exclusive features. Namco Bandai even goes as far as to say that the Xbox 360 game ?features all the classic action and intensity of the Dragon Ball Z universe but with the unprecedented sense of immersion that only Kinect can deliver.? We'll find out when the Dragon Ball Z For Kinect release date happens on October 9. Be sure to check out the hokey YouTube trailer for the game below.