USA TODAYGreat games for your new iPadUSA TODAYBy Lou Kesten, AP So you just got an iPad for Christmas. You already have all the essentials loaded — Facebook, Twitter, iBooks, whatever news app you prefer.
Tablets have quickly become the platform of choice for gamers on the go. CNET rounds up its top gaming tablets, evaluated on the basis of game selection, graphics performance, processor performance, and extras, such as game controller compatibility.
Here's Michael Suraci, Xbox's director of marketing, demonstrating how users will be able to control the console using voice and gestures. The new features will roll out in a massive software update available for free on Tuesday.
Microsoft's Kinect gaming peripheral will be coming to the Windows operating system in Feburary. The company says is has sold 18 million units of the motion sensor. Read this post by Roger Cheng on CES 2012.
With the iPad 2 and smarter development, iPad and iPhone games are getting rather impressive graphics, with awesome titles like GTA: San Andreas and Sonic CD making their way onto the platform. The major problem is the touch screen is not conducive to traditionally controlled games that use a gamepad.
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