French video game developer Ubisoft has released a game to increase personal safety for Microsoft’s controller-free, motion-sensing device, Kinect,

In our research for the Future Of Gaming report, the PSFK consulting team explored the ways developers are making their games compelling and accessible to a wider audience. One example of innovation in Game Functionality and Systems is the Kinect-powered Self-Defense Training Camp. French video game developer Ubisoft has released a game for Microsoft’s controller-free, motion-sensing device, Kinect for Xbox 360. The game, titled Self-Defense Training Camp, teaches the user self-defense through exercises in four categories: technique, reflexes, composure and stamina. Users can also learn meditative forms of exercise.

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