Kung-Fu for Kinect and Heart&Slash now available on the Xbox One

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Both Kung-Fu for Kinect and Heart&Slash are now available to download and play on the Xbox One. Kung-Fu for Kinect is a fun game that uses the Xbox One’s Kinect camera to take photos of players and incorporate them into the action game on-screen while Heart&Slash is a 3D brawler.

Here’s the official description of Kun-Fu for Kinect: Punching air has never felt this good! Step inside the game and turn yourself into a kung-fu hero! Use your own moves to punch and kick your way through comic-book villains, leap through the air, conjure lightning and shoot flaming arrows! This game is suitable for all ages, shapes and sizes, and may result in getting seriously fit.

Kung-Fu for Kinect allows you to star in your own comic book, and features super-powered moves based on your motions. The game includes a story mode with 22 levels, 9 replayable challenges for daily fun and a special mode for staging your own finishing moves.

Buy Kung-Fu for Kinect on Xbox One

Here’s the official description for Heart&Slash: Heart&Slash is a 3D brawler roguelike robot love story set in a world where machines are all that remains from human civilization.

You play as Heart, a sentient robot fighting to escape the grip of the evil and all seeing machine QuAsSy (Quality Assurance Systems). But make no mistake, Heart&Slash is no walk in the park. Every death is permanent and means a new randomly generated level for you to start over with a different set of weapons and items you can use, new enemies to fight and secrets to explore. Heart&Slash offers players something new and challenging because it is not about mastering one system, rather adapting to what is provided and making the most of it.

Buy Heart&Slash on Xbox One

Have you played either of these games on your Xbox One? Let us know if you would recommend them to a friend in the comments below.