Sesame Street: Once Upon a Monster is one of the first games to debut as part of the Kinect for Kids program which is all about developing kids games that utilize Kinect technology, as well as taking interactive gaming for kids to a whole new level. We have also been told that the concept for Once Upon a Monster was actually developed way before Kinect technology came out, and that the game was only able to be brought to fruition once Kinect became available. So often when it comes to kids games, the graphics are watered down, but Once Upon a Monster brings kids video games to a whole new…
Kinect for Kids Brings on Games Like Sesame Street TV
Today Microsoft held a press conference in New York where they unveiled their plans for Kinect for Kids, a program which brings spectacular kid oriented games to Kinect for Xbox 360. Microsoft is well aware of the ability of Kinect to create a truly immersive and interactive experience, and their latest upcoming Kinect for Kids games are ready to bring fun and playful learning experiences to kids.
Sesame Street Intersects With the Kinect in Once Upon a Monster
Sesame Street is getting the Kinect treatment in Once Upon a Monster, an interactive storybook doubling as a video game for the XBOX 360. It’s only controlled using the Kinect and your body, so kids will be dancing, waving and running around trying to get through the whimsical world of monsters.
Once Upon a Monster is First Sesame Street Game to Work with Kinect
There is a new Sesame Street video game in the works, and this time it’s designed to work with the Xbox 360 Kinect. Sesame Street: Once Upon a Monster stars everyone’s favorite monster – Cookie Monster! In the game, Cookie monster is tasked with helping monsters who each have their own problems. The game is being touted as a unique interactive storybook adventure. In the game, kids get to explore on their own, or team up and work together. Sesame Street: Once Upon a Monster is also chock full of life lessons about sharing and team work.
Monopoly Streets Xbox 360 Review
There are few things that give me more enjoyment than sitting down with friends and family to play a good game of monopoly. Sadly these times are few and far between as nowadays people would rather get on their Xbox’s and call it up. Luckily for those of us who still miss the good old days, EA games has created Monopoly Streets, a digital adaptation of the original classic that gives gamers a whole new reason to race for park place and boardwalk.
Kids Video Games Holiday Gift Guide 2010
Kids love video games! But you definitely don’t want your little one playing Halo or Call of Duty just yet. Instead, check out these mom-approved kid-friendly video games for the 2010 holiday season. The Sly Collection – PS3 The Sly Collection, only for the PlayStation 3, is a remastered collection of the three Sly Cooper games released for the PlayStation 2. The games now come ready to work with the PlayStation 3’s 3D settings, as well as new modes and mini-games that can be played with the PlayStation Move. It’s a lighthearted way for kids to enjoy the mischievous raccoon and his friends in a whole new light. The Sly…
EA Announces Create – Unlock A World of Creativity With Playstation Move
EA announced today Create, a video game that is powered by imagination and rewards players for being creative. The more players explore the game, solve level-based challenges, and customize their world, the more rewards will be unlocked.