Amid the flurry of new announcements coming out of the San Diego Comic-Con, Microsoft released the first screenshots showing Kinect Star Wars' Podracing feature.

Force powers and Lightsaber combat had already been introduced, most recently during a demonstration at Microsoft's E3 presentation in June.

Kinect Star Wars' Podracing mode promises "recognizable pods and other unlockable vehicles to the Star Wars universe."

Hoping for a Millennium Falcon podracer might be a bit much, though.

Star Wars Kinect is expected on Xbox 360 Kinect in December, bolstering a Kinect lineup that will include Dance Central 2, Fruit Ninja Kinect, and Sesame Street: Once Upon a Monster.

Sony has a few motion-controlled titles of its own in the works: the Potter-esque Sorcery, Ratchet & Clank: All 4 One, and the Move-augmented Resistance 3.