Excerpt: Unless you are a resident of Southern California, chances are you don’t get to visit the Magic Kingdom often, but now the happiest place on earth is accessible through the wonders of Kinect. The motion-control game Disneyland Adventures offers an open-world, Disney-inspired, minigame bonanza that does well with the entire Disneyland presentation, characters, and tone, but fails to deliver in terms of gameplay and fun.
Pros: Faithful recreation of Disneyland, Meeting the Disney characters, Tons of collectibles
Cons: Minigames get boring quickly, Frame rate and pop-in issues, Star Tours and Indy closed for maintenance
Excerpt: Kinect Adventures was originally released alongside the Kinect in 2010 and can easily be considered one of the staple games for the interactive device. Kinect Adventures comes bundled with the Kinect system and is to Kinect as Wii Sports is to the Wii. Kinect Adventures can be summarized as a small collection of games that show players what the Kinect system is capable of, through short, fun challenges that require the full use of your body.
Excerpt: Wandering the Magic Kingdom is an awe-inspiring experience for millions, young and old. Unfortunately, a slew of control issues make your virtual Kinect Disneyland visit a lot like touring the real-life park in a body cast: the rides aren’t fun and it’s a pain in the neck to get anywhere. While half of Disneyland’s gameplay involves exploring the meticulously re-created park for secrets or running errands for Mickey and Co.
Pros: + Detailed Disneyland re-creation is a treat to wander.
Cons: - Choppy framerate; Pointer controls are irksome…, - …and the attraction minigame controls are worse; not much variety to them either., ? What kind of message does it send that you play as a kid wandering around Disneyland alone?
Conclusion: This is Kinect Adventures ' main problem - everything available here becomes tiresome rather quickly thanks to a lack of variety and the constant repetition. Kinect Adventures acts as a decent way to show off your latest hardware purchase to friends, but beyond this there really isn't much reason to bung the disc back into your Xbox.
Excerpt: There’s been as much positive press as there has been negative about Microsoft’s Kinect, but the fact of the matter is that the device actually works. True, it may not operate in the manner that Microsoft originally envisioned, but it certainly serves the casual market admirably and games like Kinect Adventures shows just how much fun using Kinect can be.
Excerpt: Kinect Adventures - the ‘free’ pack-in game for Kinect - features a set of five mini-games, each designed to show off how Kinect works and launch you right into the experience. At its core, that’s all Kinect Adventures really is, though it’s hidden behind a wealth of different modes, objectives and even a story (well, sort of...). The key question, though, is whether the games themselves are as entertaining and enjoyable as Microsoft would have us believe.
Conclusion: It seems as if Kinect Adventures is included with Kinect to showcase the capabilities of the device rather than provide any substantial gaming experience. It’s a game that’s fun in short bursts, but requires a ton of space for two-player multiplayer. Admittedly, Kinect Adventures starts off quite well as the Kinect bundle software, but after an hour it demonstrates its lack of depth once you realise that you’ve pretty much seen and done everything.
Summary: Passage incontournable pour tous les acheteurs de la nouvelle caméra à reconnaissance de mouvements de Microsoft, Kinect Adventures c'est en même temps le fer de lance de l'appareil, le titre qui est censé démontrer toutes les capacités de la bête. Difficile alors de ne pas faire de comparaisons avec Sports Champions qui fût l'ambassadeur du PS Move, mais surtout avec Wii Sport qui a grandement participé au succès planétaire de la Wii.
Pros: Remplit son office premier, Convivial, Des épreuves accessibles à tous, Représentatif des capacités de Kinect
Cons: Nécessite beaucoup de place, On en fait vite le tour, Rapidement fatigant
Conclusion: Som bundle är det absolut inget fel på Kinect Adventures men ska en uppföljare släppas som vi måste köpa måste Good Science Studios jobba med alla delar för att det ska kännas prisvärt. Större och djupare innehåll, bättre kamera, mer användning av Kinects foto eller filmfunktioner samt snyggare spel så kan en uppföljare bli prisvärt till fullt pris.
Pros: • Rally Ball och River Rush • Fotofunktionen • Roligt med kompisar
Cons: • Lite innehåll • Ingen klockren kontroll • Ej värt till fullt pris