Kinesthetic Games - a new studio formed of developers from Lionhead Studios, Codemasters and EA - has revealed a new Kinect game that claims to teach you real kung-fu techniques.
Remember that Kinect tech demo video that had a male player punching snot out of on-screen enemies? 'Kung Fu Superstar' seems to take that idea head-on.
It claims to be "the world's first action game where players fight using real Kung Fu techniques that the game teaches them".
According to the blurb, "Players will relive the epic journey of Danny Cheng, a young aspiring martial artist, as he rises through the ranks of international fame and stardom."
First players go into training to learn "authentic martial arts techniques and level up Danny's fighting abilities, as they improve their own knowledge of Kung Fu", before taking their skills to the movie set to perform in choreographed fight scenes.
Does that mean you moves are pre-scripted and this is a fight-themed rhythm-action game? We're not sure - the "reveal" trailer isn't actually that revealing despite being over four minutes long.
Crucially, it says you'll be able to use Kinect "and/or a controller", and explore the sets in a overarching story.
There's no launch date, but here's the trailer: