Summary: I like cats but I love bears. How could you not love those rounded ears, that fuzzy face and little nub tail? I've been known to talk to bears. At bookstores I'll flip through bear picture books like some kind of addict.
Excerpt: Some of the most spirited debates we have here at Family Friendly Gaming is where a sequel lands compared to the original. Kinectimals was the third ever game (in thousands reviewed) to attain a perfect one hundred score.
Excerpt: Family Friendly Gaming is one of the most stingy magazine and video game review sites when it comes to giving out a perfect 100 score. With over 2300 reviews written(October 2011), only two games have gotten a perfect one hundred. Well those two games have a new sibling.
Kinectimals Now with Bears Review (Xbox 360 Kinect)
Gamers Daily News
16 November 2011
Summary: As a $15 add on it is a pretty good deal. As a $50 disc, not so much because you are then effectively paying $25 for bears and $25 for cats. After the holidays the price on this will probably drop a good $10 and then it might be a better time to nab this up.
Summary: There were few things that were as awkward -- and at the same time quite endearing -- as Microsoft’s on-stage demo for Frontier Developments’ Kinectimals . In front of a crowd of weary industry journalists and veteran, a young girl demonstrated the game, interacting controller-free with an on-screen...
New content adds hours more fun to kid-friendly Kinect game.
Common Sense Media
24 May 2011
Summary: Parents need to know that Kinectimals: Now with Bears! is a downloadable add-on to one of the most popular games designed for the Xbox 360’s motion and speech detecting Kinect sensor. Newly manufactured copies of Kinectimals now come with this new content on disc, adding value to the purchase.
Summary: Kinectimals may be a bit short on content to maintain player excitement until the end, but it’s still a great addition to the mobile Xbox Live lineup. Animal lovers of any age will enjoy the beautiful 3D cats and their antics.