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. The horrible road layout, and lack of decent parking were all still fresh in my mind. I had just made it to my seat for the lights to go out, and my sun glasses to fall to the floor.
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. And it is designed especially with two-player cooperative play in mind. Rather than focus on "book learning" (i.e.
Excerpt: When the dust settled after MicrosoftÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â€žÂ¢s Kinect-heavy E3 presentation, one game emerged as the clear frontrunner for demographic and design fit with the Kinect hardware. No, it wasnÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â€žÂ¢t the Fable title and...
Pros: + Game play ideal for parent/child, + Variety of story-based mini-games, + Keeps kids interested, + Social lessons enrich game play, + Drop-in/out play perfect for target age
Cons: Leaning mechanic is difficult for younger children to grasp
Conclusion: Heel lang geleden, toen de dieren nog konden spreken, droomden we er allemaal van om te kunnen spelen met onze favoriete TV-figuren. Vandaag zijn we bijna 2012 en is onze droom van meer dan 20 jaar geleden bijna werkelijkheid geworden dankzij de Kinect-camera van Microsoft. Ik had de geweldige eer om samen met Elmo, Cookie Monster, Oscar The Grouch en vele andere Sesame Street-figuren te mogen spelen.