Ah... I love just putting a game into my Xbox and playing it. It's like, yeahhh... this is how it's supposed to work. No poorly conceived anti-piracy countermeasures fucking me at both ends. Oh well, it's only a small pleasure, considering I'm on the vastly inferior platform.
Ya know what would make a good Kinect game? X-Men.
Third person action game, step back/forward/left/right to move/glide, jump to jump, cross arms to block, kick to kick, swing arms to attack, throw arms downwards to get claws out or sheath as Wolverine, touch temple for lasers as Cyclops, extend palm or backhand/swipe for wind, or throw hands down for lightning as Storm, move hands for telekinesis and slowly crush them as Jean Grey, and, the best feature... it recognizes your voice!
Roar to up your attacks power as Wolverine, or growl to boost your healing. Call out for wind and lightning as Storm, the power rising with your voice, and hold your TK for longer by groaning "I can't hold it much longer!" It doesn't matter what you say, but if your dialogue can be timed with your actions, say, punching somethings face just after you growled 'Bub', you'll hit harder, and as long as you growl or grunt or mimic the sounds of a struggle, you'll be more likely to break a block.