Summary: The Kinect Disney land makes it seem like you are actually at the park. The guidance system is a little hard to get used to, but once you do, you can zip around the place. I have not used it much, but I am sure that I will.
Summary: The concept and the graphics of the game is amazing. You start the game out at the Train Station and the scene swoops onto Main Street USA, which should be familiar to anyone who's been to the parks. You define your character by choosing a boy or a girl, & give him or her a face (you basically can choose one by race), and then a hair style, hair color, shirt, and pants.
Summary: Well I guess it's not completely the games fault but I got this for my 4 year old son and he is the size of a 2 year old so the kinect has a hard time picking him up since he's so small but on this game when it does pick him up the characters won't even go the same way as him and it is hard to duck down.
Summary: Overall my daughter loved this game. However, the controls could sometimes proves frustrating if it did not recognize her correctly. But putting the Kinect issues aside, the game itself has lots of fun mini games.
It's not perfect, but it's right next to actually going to Disneyland
Chris "Dr. Ubersexy", Amazon
24 April 2013
Summary: Let's be honest, Disneyland is one of the greatest places on this planet. Disneyland Adventures in a nutshell is Disneyland on an X-Box disk. You are given the freedom to roam the entire park, interact with characters and play mini games related to actual rides. The game attempts to bring the magic of the actual place into your living room, and with a few flaws it succeeds. If you love Disneyland, you will love this game.