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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: 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...
Conclusion: Got kids? Got Kinect? Get Sesame Street: Once Upon a Monster . It's a unique window into the world of the iconic TV show, with splashes of brilliance from one of the finest developers of this generation.
Xbox 360 Review: Sesame Street: Once Upon A Monster
Video Games Reloaded
25 October 2011
Summary: Sesame Street: Once Upon A Monster is a perfect kids experience, making the best use of Kinect I’ve seen in a long time. It’s a truly enjoyable game and it has a decent story that all fans will adore, making it a must-have for any younger gamer.
Sesame Street: Once Upon a Monster Xbox 360 Review
24 October 2011
Excerpt: Love it or hate it, Kinect has unarguably been a great entry point into gaming for those not used to the button-filled controller – everyone from the older generation who wouldn’t even attempt to play a game previously to young children that may not really have the attention span to learn how to use...