It features 18 "accessible yet competitive" challenges of skill, single player tracking stats with "real-time leaderboard" and multiplayer modes. It's out this fall.
"We wanted to create the perfect active sports videogame for families and friends to play together and now Kinect for Xbox 360 has given us that ability,” said David Oxford, Activision Publishing. “Anyone can learn to play – young and old players alike will be on their feet and basking in glory of victory or the agony of defeat with Big League Sports.”
Big League Sports released on Nintendo Wii in November, 2008. Activision is obviously keen to bring their mix of football, soccer, baseball, hockey, basketball and golf to Kinect. Do you enjoy this style of sports games with friends and family, videogamer?