You know they do that once a year like most and it has been 7-8 months since WP8 released devices in November 2012. The full year “big” release won’t be until Oct./Nov. around the same time as Win 8.1 (Blue).
I get that a significant group of gamers won’t care about motion stuff and that’s fair. However Kinect does do a lot more than simple motion control games and that’s what MS is going for. (Voice control and identification, motion control both for games and UI/UX, Skype video calling, etc.) We’ll see how the market reacts to it in the longer term, but it’s an ambitious play.
True, but that doesn’t make it even remotely as powerful as Kinect 2.0 nor does it mean as mentioned in the article that devs will even bother with it much because unlike the Xbox, most people won’t have one.