I am still loving this gaming system!
Never have I had so much fun exercising to the point where I actually want to do it every day instead of feeling obligated to do so (and unlike with the Wii or the PS3, it's done completely without any hand-held controllers). It becomes less about the strains that one normally associates with working out and more about winning different achievements and gaining levels. So you see, it's really no different from playing Dragon Age or Call of Duty...
Except in this case, your entire body is getting used to achieve these points instead of just your fingers.
I can't wait to get more games for it, and on that note...I can't help but wish that someone over at LucasArts gets the idea to re-release Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II for the Kinect. How awesome would that be? How awesome would it be to use Force Push, Force Choke, Force Lightning or even throw your lightsaber as though you were an actual Jedi? And since the Kinect doesn't require the use of any wands or other types of controllers, you would in fact be wielding force powers as though you were an actual Jedi.
So again...how awesome would that be?
Pretty FRACKING awesome!
Having been a fan of KOTOR 2 (with the exception of the game's horrible ending), if it were to ever be released for Kinect, I would buy it in a heartbeat, as I'm sure other fans of the game would as well. I mean, seriously...who wouldn't want to be a Jedi or even a Sith for an hour or two? Who wouldn't want to have all of that power in the palms of their hands?
The bottom line is that Jedis are awesome...beyond awesome, actually; and love them or hate them, you can't deny that the Sith are pretty bad-ass too, and you don't have to be a die-hard Star Wars fan to know that.