Microsoft’s E3 push may be for hardcore gamers, but they have a few playful games for the massive Kinect audience in development. A source pinged us about something called Kinect Fun Lab (may not be a final title), which is supposedly one of the Microsoft’s reveals. We’re not sure if this is the same game as Kinect Me, which just popped up in Australia’s Classifications Board with Microsoft as the publisher.
Two other games suddenly appeared in Australia too – Crimson Alliance and Fusion: Genesis (a follow up to Hudson’s Fusion Frenzy series?). I’d like to think that Crimson Alliance is a follow up to FASA Studio’s Crimson Skies: High Road to Revenge. It’s being developed by Certain Affinity, creators of Age of Booty.