If you're an Xbox 360 owner in North America who has been thinking about purchasing a Kinect, now may very well be the best time to do so.
Fable: The Journey - developed by Lionhead and published by Redmond - is the first game in the popular franchise to support Microsoft's Kinect on the Xbox 360.
There is yet another blurb coming through official Microsoft channels about the next version of the Xbox.
Two of Microsoft's biggest hardware successes have (thus far) targeted gamers: the popular Xbox 360 game console and Kinect accessory.
It wasn't so long ago that an Xbox 360 would have cost you a pretty penny. But with Microsoft's game console getting rather long in the tooth and the Xbox 720 on the way, prices have dropped significantly.
Some new details are emerging about Microsoft's next video game console.
Say goodbye to the passive commercials of yesterday.
Get ready to wield magical powers when you become the controller in a newly announced Harry Potter game.
Motion control technology has become quite popular over the past few years, with the Nintendo Wii widely credited as the console responsible for bringing the platform to the masses.
The first in what will be a series of 'The Avengers' video games is called Marvel Avengers: Battle for Earth.
We can probably credit Nintendo for kicking off the most recent push to advance motion control gaming. Indeed, the Nintendo Wii was the first gaming console to bring motion control to the mainstream public.
Microsoft has rolled out a $99 Xbox 360 and Kinect bundle. The catch?
Fitness video games will no longer just live on your video game console.
The news will undoubtedly make fans of the Xbox 360 version of Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim absolutely giddy.
Microsoft's gesture and voice recognition platform is trying to expand its reach.
An updated version of Microsoft's motion-tracking software optimized for PC applications will be available in May.
Personally, I think one of the coolest devices Microsoft came up with in the last several years is its Kinect platform.
Crackle, a service that allows users to stream movies and TV shows, has made its way to the Xbox 360 complete with Kinect-powered voice controls.
Well don't expect anything like this to be officially supported, but it is a pretty neat little hack.
A start-up called Chaotic Moon Labs has hooked up various bits of hardware to produce a motorized skateboard that's controlled through the Xbox Kinect interface.