Kinectimals: Now with Bears Review

Kinectimals: Now with Bears Developer: Frontier Publisher: Microsoft Platform: Xbox 360 Kinect Release Date: 11th October Price: $49.99 Available Here / 1200 MSP Download Here Overview: Kinectimals was first released as a launch title for the Kinect sensor with the aim of giving players – mainly kids – a virtual pet to interact with on their new system. After Nintendogs on the DS showe...

Kinectimals partners with Build-A-Bear to provide interesting but expensive DLC

Kinectimals was one of the more successful Kinect launch titles, as it not only appealed to young children but also adults who loved small fluffy animals. Microsoft is hoping to capitalize on this fact by releasing Kinectimals Now With Bears on October 11th and they have chose to partner with one of the most iconic bear makers, Build-A-Bear. Four collectible bears will be available, but the only w...

Kinectimals: Now with Bears! First Screenshots Revealed!

Do you like cuddly bears? Do you like playing with them while they toot on whistles and ride around in toy vehicles? If you answered yes to both, then you will be elated to know that Microsoft’s upcoming “Kinectimals: Now With Bears!” is coming out a bit later this year. From the looks of it, this expansion of sorts will add in Pandas, Grizzlies, and several other variants of bea...

Kinectimals demo on Xbox Live for Gold users

Despite the fact that it was released alongside the Kinect back in November, not everyone has had a chance to interact with their very own little wild animal cub. Of course the game probably won’t be for everyone but if you have a little brother or sister, or children of your own then this is definitely a game worth taking a second look at. The demo will require the Kinect to play and is cur...

Kinectimals Review

Kinectimals Publisher: Microsoft Developer: Frontier Developments Console: Xbox 360 – Kinect (Reviewed) Release Date: November 4 2010 Price: $49.99 US, £39.99 UK, $89.99 AUS Overview: Now little children are a hard market to design video games for. Sure they can have childrens’ games made specifically for their age group, but then what about anyone else who would be interested in playing them? Wha...

Walmart opens up Kinect pre-order package

If your dieing right now to get your hands on the Kinect package that is coming out later this year, then you can reserve your own version right here and now; or at least at Walmart you can. The price shows up at $199.99 so expect to be paying quite a lot here, but the bonuses may make it worth the while. Anyone who gets this pre-order bundle will receive not only a $30 Walmart.com gift card but w...

Kinects playable at Microsoft Stores

Microsoft Store’s twitter has announced that anyone who wishes to have a chance to demo the Kinect before November, will have the chance to now. They have also stated that Kinectimals will be playable now too. If you happen to live near or in any of these four cities; Scottsdale, AZ; Mission Viejo and San Diego, CA; and Lone Tree, CO, you have the option to get a hands on, better yet a hands...

Kinect Goes Purple

It appears purple may be this years green… Amidst the E3 mayhem gaming giant Microsoft have released cover art for upcoming Xbox 360 Kinect titles displaying what could be considered a more family oriented approach – certainly more violet than violent! Microsoft are hoping that the unique look of the Kinect software casing will provide retailers with some great point of sale opportunit...

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