Seven months after launch, we're still cranking the handle on the Kinect Sports: Season Two content generator. May saw the launch of the All Access Pass, bundling up and maximising the reach of every Season Two add-on pack we've liberated since last October. Three premium packs for Golf, Skiing and Basketball plus two free Challenge Packs in a discount download with go-faster stripes, making it an easy, hassle-free proposition for newly enlightened or encouraged buyers.
Beyond that, plenty happening on the wider Kinect Sports scene throughout May. Season Two picked up double exposure with a Develop Award nomination and inclusion in the Active Play PALA Challenge, while its predecessor found a place in the Xbox 360 Celebration Pack dropped into the lap of a British nation gearing up for the Diamond Jubilee.
Eyes right here on the site for ongoing updates through June and beyond, or stroll on back in a month to catch the edited highlights if you're not the commitment type...
• Kinect Sports: Season Two All Access Pass – gimme five (for 800MSP)
• Top 5 Script Tweaks in KS: Season Two – lines that were lost, and why
• Mini-Scribes: May 18, 2012 – probably not mightier than the sword
• April Social Articulation – from 'the Facebook' and 'the Twitter'
The World Wide Web
• [Develop] Develop Awards 2012: The finalists unveiled
• [Kinectronic] Kinect Sports Season Two All Access Pass Announced
• [Xbox] Join the Active Play PALA Challenge
• [Lionhead Studios] Team Tuesday: Steve Burke & Robin Beanland – Music Composers
• [Trusted Reviews] MS Announces Union Jack Xbox 360 and Kinect Bundle
• [Wrigley Jr.] Game My Summer - Candy Sports game