Excerpt: You may have heard or read before some of the challenge of working in the video game industry. Especially on the media side. There can be long nights, and tight deadlines. Everyone wants to get through the games and get their reviews online as close to the embargo date and time as possible. Thing is for me, this is never a complaint. I love it. Mainly because there are some wonderful games that come our way.
Excerpt: The days of playing make-believe may have been over since we left the school yard, but Kinect Rush: A Disney Pixar Adventure takes hold of our imagination and lets us return to a brighter, well-manicured, and (unquestionably sanitary) Pixar-approved playground. Surrounded by other virtual kids, you can explore Pixar Park at your leisure and jump into any of the five featured Pixar films including Cars, Ratatouille, Toy Story, Up, and The Incredibles.
Pros: Playing cooperatively next to Pixar characters, Racing as a car, Beautifully crafted areas
Cons: When you run out of episodes, Walking in circles when you don't mean to, Some repetitive lines of dialogue
Highly physical game can be both fun and frustrating.
Common Sense Media
25 May 2012
Summary: Parents need to know that Kinect Rush: A Disney-Pixar Adventure is a motion-controlled game designed explicitly for Microsoft's Kinect sensor, and that it demands a high level of physical activity. Play requires an open space for kids to make running, jumping, and throwing motions. While the movements are simple and the game is designed such that players cannot fail, kids may nonetheless experience some frustration due to an imprecise interface, which can make something...
Conclusion: CO-OP is a little bit different story and should be done at your own trial and error depending on the age of the partner! Graphics, sound and Achievements round out this game to be an awesome package and there is some kind of Avatar Avward for your efforts also! Overal 8.5/10 I hope this helped and I hope you all enjoy this game by yourself or with someone else.
Excerpt: Disney has embraced the Xbox 360 Kinect hardware like few other third parties, and the connection makes total sense. Since its founding, the company has been focused on the “experiences” it creates, and the Kinect hardware offers nothing if not an immersive gameplay experience. Disney’s first outing, Kinect Disneyland Adventures, did an outstanding job re-creating the in-Park experience, with only a few minor miscues along the way.
Excerpt: The latest Kinect game to land on the XBox 360 is Kinect Rush: A Disney Pixar Adventure which stars some of the most memorable Pixar characters from Toy Story, Cars, The Incredibles, UP! and Ratatouille in this interactive game made for kids.
Excerpt: For any parent looking to trick their kids into exercising more, Microsoft has come to your rescue. Kinect Rush isn’t just an action-packed journey through scenes inspired by five of Pixar’s most beloved movie franchises; it’s also a full-body workout. Playing solo or with a friend in offline co-op, you’ll run, jump, climb, drive, fly, swim, and slide through adventure sequences based on UP , The Incredibles , Ratatouille , Toy Story , and Cars , using your body to...
Pros: + Fifteen fun, diverse adventures that’ll give you a workout., + Share the fun with a friend in co-op play.
Cons: ? Are the rest of Pixar’s films being saved for DLC or a sequel?