Is the finger mightier than the sword? Probably, if you play a lot of Fruit Ninja. The smartphone sensation - where you slice and dice all manner of fruit as it tumbles down the screen, avoiding the inexplicable bombs thrown in, too - might be making its way on to the Xbox 360, with a Kinect-enabled version outed on a Korean Games Rating Board.
Fruit Ninja is pretty fantastic, the perfect on-the-train or bored at home title to distract you with. It's already sold 20 million copies across the mobile market, and while it'd seem only smart to translate that success to consoles, I beg to differ. Like I say, Fruit Ninja is the perfect distraction. All you need is a phone and a finger - easy, now - and you're good to go. A Kinect-enabled Fruit Ninja no doubt entails swinging your arms about at invisible fruit. Which, when I come to think of it, sounds like most Kinect games. So maybe it does make sense. [Siliconera]