Microsoft has recently released new stills and a gameplay video for its upcoming Xbox Kinect title, ‘Kinect Rush: A Disney Pixar Adventure.’ Using KinectScan technology, players can scan themselves into the game and create a unique, custom avatar to enjoy the game.
Based on several popular Disney/Pixar films (Up, Toy Story, The Incredible, Cars and Ratatouille), ‘Kinect Rush: A Disney Pixar Adventure‘ allows gamers to use both their bodies and their voice to solve play games and solve puzzles. A unique co-op play option will allow gamers to play with friends or to team up directly with one of the Disney/Pixar characters.
Below is a new video featuring gameplay footage. It bears repeating that the primary character in the game is an actual avatar representing the player themselves while the characters from the film are providing support in the form of co-op play. The video also demonstrates quite well how the game sweeps the player into the classic films.
Microsoft has also released several new stills from the game along with a photographic demonstration of the KinectScan process (and results), which we have added to the beginning of our gallery below:
House Party is also offering an exciting opportunity for Xbox 360/Kinect owners to host a ‘Kinect Rush: A Disney Pixar Adventure’ party. Applicants chosen to host a party will receive a party pack consisting of a copy of the game, Disney/Pixar postcards, a poster advertising the game and ‘VIP passes’ featuring a branded lanyard. For more information and to apply to host a party, see here.
Developed by Asobo Studio and released by Microsoft, ‘Kinect Rush: A Disney Pixar Adventure‘ is rated E for everyone for cartoon violence. It will be available to own on March 20, 2012.