Arcade racer ditches Kinect-only control scheme in favour of control pad support.
Kinect for Xbox 360 racing game Joy Ride is getting an XBLA sequel, without Kinect-only controls. The original game was announced as a free-to-play downloadable title, before becoming a full retail release that required Kinect.
The sequel, outed by PlayXBLA blog, is controller-based, features new and old tracks, 42 vehicles, eight-player online play and four-player split-screen.
Turbo, which will include Battle Race, Pro Race, and Time Trial modes, is reportedly due for release in just a few weeks.
Kinect Joy Ride earned an OK, but rather disappointing 6/10 on its release in 2010.