BitFlipper said:rhm said:*snip*
I have the feeling you just want to be argumentative for the sake of it since what you say doesn't make sense. Or you are just being facetious. You do realize that people that will be playing on said multiple Kinect systems in the same room would actually be playing against or with each other, right? Just that instead of sharing a cramped experience on a splitscreen, they will be sharing it fullscreen on multiple TVs. Or, some games (and I suspect many online-capable Kinect games) won't allow split-screen in the first place, so there you have a mode of play that would otherwise not be possible with multiple people in the same room.
Let me guess... Next you will tell people to go outside and play in the sun...?
What I say makes more sense than taking something that designed for families to play together in their living room and complain that you can't use multiple units together in a dorm room lan party. It's the most ridiculously obscure use-case I've heard since someone on this forum was complaining that they couldn't run Win7 as a multi-user server in a VM.