Looks to be two operatives who are able to stop time and go through a crime scene just as it is happening.
Interesting...but that was all CG footage.
OK so no gameplay here. Just a neato cutscene
Microsoft Studios now cutting to another video game....from Swery65.
Harrison: D4 is an example of our commitment to working with developers around the world.
Here's a new experience from a new studio...
Microsoft's Studio's Mike McCarthy on stage.
We share a common passion, he says, to bring games to everyone.
Project Spark is the game
The culmination of our work is "Project Spark."
It's about turning making a game into a game itself.
You can create a game and share it with others.
World creation with Kinect integration
Using voice commands, you can create different terrain, mountains, rivers, texture, night or day, for the setting. You can use SmartGlass to further define the setting.
He's using a tablet to draw up the in-game world.
After the main character drops in, you can set up a home base, and bring things to life and set up commands.
You can create your own enemies, from goblins to squirrels!
THough it's unclear, it looks like this will be a way to create gameplay worlds for your friends and to share online.
Now they're showing off other creative attempts to build games using Spark.
There's a more established town square, a valley, and enemies, and terrain can be adjusted in real time.
This game shows a lot of promise.
Real-time land morphing can interact with the players... They've built a cliff bridge in real time.
The little pet rock, which turned into a rock man soldier, gets upgraded to a rock mech.
There are no limits to what you can do with the gaming, McCarthy says.
It's basically an open game development platform. Kind of like Sony's LittleBigPlanet
but the options here are much more varied
A video montage shows the different things you can do with Spark. Very interesting.
Microsoft's Mark Whitten takes the stage.
Whitten talks about Xbox Live.
Here's what Xbox Live will bring to Xbox One...
Xbox Live community manager takes the stage to demo Smartglass.