Reviews and Problems with Sesame Street: Once Upon a Monster
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Sesame Street Once Upon a Monster
Family Friendly Gaming
2 February 2013
Excerpt: So there I was at Microsoft's E3 press conference in the year of our Lord 2011. I was tired, sweaty, and a little irritated. Los Angeles is not a kind city to strangers. The coffee swigging, vegetable eating, sun tanning locals can be a bit rude.
Excerpt: Sesame Street: Once Upon a Monster is a game made with the youngest of casual gamers in mind, but those in that audience will definitely go apeshit over being able to actually dance, perform plays, and go on adventures with their favorite Sesame Street characters.
Sesame Street: Once Upon a Monster — Unidentified Furry Objects
6 December 2011
Excerpt: In the warm, cozy world of Sesame Street , we’re not scared of aliens — we want to aid them however we can. So, not surprisingly, helping a pair of smiley blue E.T.s find their missing relative is goal No. 1 in this cheery downloadable chapter for Once Upon a Monster .
Pros: + Boasts the same great production values and sense of glee that we loved in, + The quest for the missing alien entails mostly fun activities…
Engaging and funny interactive adventures are pure joy.
Common Sense Media
25 November 2011
Summary: Parents need to know that Sesame Street: Once Upon a Monster is designed as an interactive adventure, in which players directly engage with many Muppet characters from the show. It is a very physical game that will require kids to be on their feet and moving around quite a bit.
Excerpt: The edutainment market is rife for your youngsters attention so, with V-Tech and other such items on the market, it makes sense these to branch out onto home consoles. The Kinect being ideal for a controller-less environment and perfect for those little angels.
Excerpt: Once Upon a Monster, a Sesame Street Kinect game brought to you by the letters W, B, and the number two, does an exceptional job of bringing the long-lived television series into the living room.
Excerpt: I'm 37 years old, and I'm reviewing a Sesame Street game. I never thought I'd ever see the day that I'd be reviewing a game such as Once Upon a Monster, but that's the risks I have to take when being a game reviewer, let alone the fact that I am one of the few members of the GiN staff who does...