Just yesterday, Namco Bandai Games America officially confirmed the release of Dragon Ball Z Kinect. During a Namco Bandai Games event in Las Vegas, fans were greeted with QR (Quick Response) cards specifically for Dragon Ball Z Kinect.
These cards can be held up to the Kinect sensor and unlock characters and power-ups in the game. Below is an example QR code, both front and back, from the Namco Bandai event. One side has a picture of Goku, Gohan, and Goten with the Dragon Ball Z Kinect logo, while the other side has the QR barcode and the logo in a somewhat different style.
Speaking of logos, here is a standalone image. Note that the game is actually called Dragon Ball Z for Kinect. We personally prefer just calling it Dragon Ball Z Kinect because it sounds a bit nicer.
Dragon Ball Z Kinect is in development by Spike Chunsoft. It will feature over 50 playable characters and put players in a first person scenario as they act like the heroes and villains they love from the Dragon Ball Z series thanks to Microsoft’s Kinect. The game will be published in North America and Europe by Namco Bandai Games October 2012 for the Microsoft Xbox 360.