Just like how we reported earlier this month, Halfbrick has finally released the much anticipated Fruit Ninja Kinect 2 onto the Xbox One. Fruit Ninja Kinect 2 sports a ton of content for new and returning players, featuring nine different game modes, four-person multiplayer, exclusive mini games, as well as a progression system. Thanks to an Halfbrick‘s increased focus on movement and dexterity, Fruit Ninja Kinect 2 is designed to get gamers moving on their feet. Players can dodge shurikens, avoid spotlights, or strike a pose in comical mini games.
The new Kinect sensor plays a pivotal role, allowing implement of various features which were not previously possible on other Fruit Ninja games. Party Mode is a perfect example of this — up to four players have the ability to jump in and out of the action as matches progress. For the first time also, all modes can be played cooperatively with a friend or family member. Those looking for a more serious challenge take up Battle Mode, where new power-ups like Bomb Attack and Fast Forward are used to weaken opponents.