The games are all from Japanese developers and will be available exclusively on Xbox 360 in 2011.
Capcom and From Software unveiled Steel Battalion: Steel Armour, which will drop the expensive control deck offered with previous versions in favour of hands-free control.
Codename D is from No More Heroes developer Grasshopper Manufacture and sees the player fight for their life in an evil amusement park, using the controller to unleash powers to defeat enemies.
Project Draco is a flying dragon shooter from the same director as Panzer Dragoon and Phantom Dust, and includes online co-operative play.
Also announced were horror adventures Haunt and Rise Of Nightmares, which use the Kinect controller to evade enemies and provide new scares.
"Microsoft has never been more committed to Japanese developers, the heart of innovative gameplay, thrilling stories and iconic heroes," said corporate vice president Phil Spencer.
"To date, Japanese games have already grossed more than $2 billion on Xbox 360 and today’s announcements signal tremendous opportunities for Japanese developers to deliver the future of gaming with Kinect."
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