Unfortunately, the mainland China will not have Microsoft’s Kinect on sale in the market because of the policy set by Chinese government. However, there will be a similar machine revealed called the “ebox” which is a controller-free gaming console from “Beijing eedoo”. It is likely to have about 30 motion control games as the bonus with the gaming console, and expected to be released in late 2011.
Ebox will be announced in November 2010 by Beijing eedoo, which is co-founded by Lenovo, Legend Holdings and Legend Capital. It is also said that 16 professional teams, some of them have developed games for Xbox 360 and Wii, from 8 countries will take part in the development of eBox’s games. For now, there have been more than one hundred games. So, is this a good news or bad news? Doubt it.
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