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. At zoos I giggle at their annoyed roars, somehow translating what would normally be seen as a dangerous warning as a call of affection toward me, as if to say "come over and scratch behind my ears, kind sir.
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. Still, if you have children who really want it, can you put a price on their happiness? I thought not.
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 tiger cub. She called out to it, stroked its fur by waving her hands in the air, and even at one point rolled over on the ground to make the cub “play dead.
Conclusion: If you have young children, Kinectimals is a must - it will keep them entertained, and you'll secretly enjoy it too. For those who are possibly a bit too old to be cuddling cute tigers by yourself, however, you may want to give it a miss.
Excerpt: There hasn't been a game released in a long time that has had me sitting in anticipation until I saw a demonstration of Kinectimals. From the first minute of the demonstration I was instantly drawn into the concept of the game and I knew I had to have it. Buying the Kinect was no longer an option but a necessity so that I could jump into a world filled with cuddly felines just waiting to play and have fun with me.