As anyone with a lick of sense knows, the Kinect has two functions: Partly, it dares to tear asunder gaming conventions, allowing you, creature of radiance and celestial light, to experience the immersion that only controller-free gaming can bring. Mainly, it dares to make you look like a t*t. Bounding about your (highly recommended) ample living room space like a stoned gazelle, the Kinect serves as an endless source of amusement for friends, family, and any other lovers of spectacle.
Yet one game has the potential to leave all others to shame: Dragon's Lair. Bitterly remembered as the that which monopolized the nation's quarters during the eighties, the game will find itself reborn on XBLA (no release date, as of yet) with motion controls in tow. For those averse to such bother, Joystiq notes that:
You can play Dragon's Lair normally, or you can respond to on-screen prompts with the correct motion. Examples shown in screens include jumping away from a crumbling floor or reaching up to grab a rope.
The Kinect: Training us to obey our Robot Overlords (you know it's going to happen) since 2010.