In the end, Crossboard 7 is a relatively basic Kinect game but it does showcase this technology. At times, it showcases it well, at other times, it's a little lacking.
Crossboard 7 quite obviously aims for a younger audience, from its visuals to its low difficulty, and children will have a good time moving and jumping while playing the game. However, if you are looking for more depth, hardly you will find it.
Crossboard 7 is a fair game as a Kinect launch title, but most will probably forget about it quite quickly. The overall design is clearly targeted at younger gamers, which makes it much less appealing for older ones, but its movement recognition and simple challenges make it a nice (and physical) entertainment to occupy rainy Wednesdays.
Adrenalin Misfits is the type of game that you want to love. The goofy characters and breadth of unlockables make the game seem worth the effort, if it weren't so maliciously boring.
Flaky motion controls and an irritating cast of characters suck most of the fun out of this lackluster boarding game.
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The game mechanics are barely competent, and there's not a ton of noteworthy things to do. You'll probably become bored very quickly after you've done the same few things over and over.
If you were hoping for a Kinect-friendly great snowboarding game, this isn't the one. It controls terribly and is just plain uninteresting. Don't bother unless you're desperate for some XTREEM action. And we mean XTREEM in the worst possible manner.
Another boarding game! And yes, it's just like Sonic Free Riders! Except Sonic and the stupid albatross have been replaced by a weird green wolf thing and an annoying surfer dude monkey. And the tracks aren't as good. And the power-ups are duller. And it looks horrible.