A LinkedIn profile of Adam N Joseph, a senior producer at Microsoft has revealed just how big the development of Kinect Star Wars has been. The game has reportedly been worked on by ten teams comprising over two hundred individuals.
Picked up on gaming forum NeoGaf after being discovered by Twitter member superannuation it was revealed that the online resume of the Story & Cinematics team Producer showed his duties on the title to include supervising “1 PC & 9 External Teams” (ten teams in all) and management of “200+ heads.”
Star Wars Kinect has been a big deal for Microsoft supposedly showing off what the Kinect can do. In development since mid 2009 fan feedback has been somewhat mixed with the game looking like more of a mini game compilation than anything else. The dancing feature in particular has seen harsh comments. But with so many people working on the game could we see a new Kinect classic?
Star Wars Kinect is out tomorrow on Xbox 360.