So impressive, in fact, that it was difficult to spend any protracted amount of time with the games in question, though I did manage to grab a go on a few and watch over a few other people's shoulders. The others will be on the show floor over the next few days for the public to get their hands on, for this was a trade and media only event.
Forza 4 certainly looked good on the big triple display, but fundamentally it still looked very Forza-ish. If you're into your cars it will make you very happy indeed. If you just like smashing expensive-looking cars up you might get tired by the fact that after 20 hours play you've barely completed 10% of the game, as in its predecessors.
Star Wars Kinect was on show, too, and there was also an actual working R2-D2 unit trundling around attempting to distract people from the fact that Star Wars Kinect really doesn't look very good at all. Motion detection is seriously iffy and it had a big problem with people standing behind the player watching.
Dance Central 2, which sat next to Star Wars Kinect, made it look a bit silly, with excellent motion detection, even in multiplayer.
Kinectimals With Bears showed off its bears -- specifically in this case a panda. It was otherwise business as usual, with the player being invited to do increasingly ridiculous things in order to teach their new friend tricks.