Excerpt: Disney characters are no strangers to the videogame medium. In fact, Kinect Disneyland Adventures isnÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â€žÂ¢t even the first time that the Anaheim landmark has, itself, been featured (Adventures in the Magic Kingdom...
Pros: + Tons to do, + Best controls of any Kinect title, + Voice commands enhance interface, + Great character interactions
Excerpt: Kinect: Disneyland Adventures isn’t just your typical Kinect mini-game collection for kids, it’s an actual virtual recreation of that most famous of theme parks. Having never been myself, it’s hard to attest to the accuracy of Frontier’s virtual Disneyland, but it’s packed with sights and sounds from staple Disney franchises that should make it a joy for kids to explore.
Excerpt: With big-names like Sesame Street and Disney gracing the 360, it’s no secret that Microsoft is preparing a Kinect lineup with its sights on the top spot of holiday wish lists. Fist-bump jokes aside, Disneyland Adventures hopes to bring a bit of the Magic Kingdom home to your living room. The first thing you’ll notice is just how well the game recreates Disneyland as an environment.
Summary: Kinect: Disneyland Adventures allows children, families and Disney fans of all ages to explore Disneyland park, step into adventures based on attractions, engage in challenging quests and interact with beloved Disney characters.
Conclusion: Concept: Give families a chance to visit the Magic Kingdom without all the lines and hassles
Graphics: The game shifts between a variety of visual filters depending on the attraction
Sound: Mickey, Donald, and the crew are chatty, and the park is abuzz with ambient sounds
Playability: Some of the games work better than others, but motion tracking is pretty good overall
Entertainment: Sure, it’s a gussied-up minigame collection, but the package is done so well that it’s...