Steel Battalion, Heavy Armor is the most accurate Kinect game yet, according to the game's publisher, Capcom.
The game is being developed by Dark Souls developer, From Software, with Microsoft lending a helping hand to help get the Kinect implementation just right.
According to Capcom, the final product is a game that gets arm and hand movement detection done better than any other game that uses the motion-sensing peripheral.
Kenji Kataoka, the game's producer, said that both Microsoft and Capcom have had a heavy influence on the shaping of the experience.
"Initially, when we started testing Steel Battalion on Kinect, the movement recognition was done by area," he explained. It detected where your hands are, and that's how the program tried to see what you were trying to do."
Mr Kataoka said that, as Steel Battalion is "fairly complicated", simply recognising the area of the player "wasn't good enough".
"Microsoft developer another world set of technology that meant it recognised actual gestures not the absolute area."
That equates to "a lot more accuracy", according to Mr Katoaka, thanks to a "combination of coordinates, area and gestures".
Steel Battalion: Heavy Armor is set for release on June 22, exclusively for Xbox 360.
By Gaetano Prestia - Bio