Project Spark lets gamers make their own video games, inside of a video game. It's... well it's complicated, but the key here is that there is just a ton of awesome tools inside of Project Spark that let you create some really amazing stuff. Case in point, at gamescom Team Dakota and Microsoft unveiled the technology to allow players to create in-game cutscenes. That includes facial expression capture, animation (body movement) recording, and audio recording an modulation.
Yes, with the Kinect and Project Spark even you can create a cutscene limited only by by the movements your body and ability to form words. If cutting together a scene is too much, then use your recordings for smaller things like animations and dialogue -- yeah, that's in there too! Now not only can you create crazy games in Project Spark, but also cut-scene driven narratives with customized animations and everything.
Check out the shore Project Spark trailer below to see several games made entirely by community members. Seems they don't have any footage of the new features, considering it was just announced and I suppose not out there for testers? Oh! Good news on that front too, because beat will begin in October for Project Spark on Windows 9 devices. Xbox One creators will have to wait until January 2014, sadly.
Community montage - Youtube