Included in the Kinect for PC package are development tools to aid in creating software. Also confirmed is Microsoft's presence at E3 this year - which wasn't really in doubt.
It was during CES that Microsoft officially dated and priced Kinect for PC, which is due to release February 1st retailing at $250. Will PC games start their own motion trend now?
It's a curious excuse for sure as the Kinect for PC development tools have been free for quite some time, but now a cost has been attributed to them? This additional $100 is sounding pretty opportunistic to this, humble video game consumer. Hopefully we'll see some companies do amazing things with the tech, not to mention some indie outfits.