Excerpt: God continues to bless us at Family Friendly Gaming in a variety of ways. I marvel daily at how many unique IP addresses check out what we have to say on a variety of products. I am amazed at all of the events we are invited to. I am humbled by the flood of products that come to us each and every single week. I am honored on a daily basis with how many encouraging emails we receive. I smile at many of the products companies are publishing.
Excerpt: Microsoft caught us off guard with Kinect Sesame Street TV Season 2. Why? The second season came much faster than the first one. Before you get confused we are talking about a video game. Or is it television? It is a part of what is being described as 2-way TV. It is a lot like a television show but there are interactive parts.
Excellent example of educational interactive television.
Common Sense Media
14 November 2012
Summary: Parents need to know that Kinect Sesame Street TV isn't really a game, but rather an interactive version of the TV show that kids have watched for decades. Kids watch modern clips from the show as well as new ones created specifically for the software, occasionally interacting with the game's characters by, say, catching and throwing imaginary balls.
Conclusion: Which will also give you the achievement: The Wind Down achievement in Kinect Sesame Street TV DVD worth 4 points Sit back, relax and enjoy an Episode! After each episode is over you are able to go back and select individual chapters to complete the Interactive Activities of each episode which will give you the 100% Completion.
Excerpt: The current console generation has come full circle, it seems. Nintendo came out of the gate swinging, selling millions of Wiis to families everywhere while Sony and Microsoft battled it out for the older gamer with the PS3 and Xbox 360, respectively. Now Nintendo’s aiming high (in age) with the Wii U, while Sony and Microsoft go for the younger crowd.
Excerpt: Sesame Street Kinect is a new kind of product for young players, combining the non-participatory entertainment of a TV show with the interaction of a video game. In this FamilyGamerTV, we talk to creative director Josh Atkins to find out more about the new title...
Excerpt: Kinect Sesame Street TV is not as much of a game as it is an interactive experience. Taking content from the 42 nd season of Sesame Street TV, Kinect Sesame Street TV uses the Kinect technology to create an interactive experience for its audience. While each episode is available on its own via Xbox Live for 400 MS points each, buying the disc version of the Kinect Sesame Street TV gets you all eight episodes and saves you about $10.