@beige: I should stand corrected on the Kinect issue, I was a little outspoken about it the other day. Apologies to @scribl and @Shinogu 🙂 Though Microsoft haven’t actually confirmed whether or not you can sit down while playing it. They claim to be “working on it”.

The issue is supposedly that it can’t work out where your skeleton is while you’re sitting down. Perhaps it thinks you suddenly got really short or something.

It’ll be interesting to see if Ubi’s variation on Kinect’s technology, which claims to track a million points instead of sixteen, will fare any better. That said, most of Ubi’s Kinect games will require standing, as they’re fitness or dancing games.