01-04-2012 01:20 AM
Recently, I went to the store nearest my location where they're demonstrating the Kinect for Xbox 360. I found out that whenever I play it, despite having a play area set-up by the store, the games they showcase keep telling me I am too close to the sensor to be able to play.
I just found on the shelves that the Nyko Zoom was on sale, and there were still plenty of them. Might I suggest that one of these be used in the demo, and probably anything else that will make the play space more noticeable by the sensor?
Other console controller demos, like the PS Move, have also been unplayable because of the controllers in question being bound by short cables. Worse yet, they don't turn on.
I think that a demo for a controller, along with any third-party accessories to support it, should be tested in advance and included in the play area to prove that customers can use them for a better experience.
I should also let you know that some of the game demos that these stores showcase do not show their full potential than they should. For instance, The Black Eyed Peas Experience supports a microphone.
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01-04-2012 03:18 AM
01-04-2012 07:14 AM
01-04-2012 12:31 PM
Thank you very much for bringing this to our attention. As implied by other users here, the game demo experience can vary from store to store and your idea to put the Nyko Zoom accessory on the Kinect at your local store is an excellent suggestion.
I would like to forward your feedback to that store to give them a chance to implement the changes. Which store are you referring to? Feel free to use our Store Locator for an easy copy & paste of the store details if you would like.
01-11-2012 09:57 AM
Sorry for the delayed response but I have forwarded your feedback to the management team there at our Bluemound Plaza location so hopefully you'll see that improvement on your next visit!