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Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 1150d ago | review

Kinect Sesame Street TV Review | ConsoleMonster

ConsoleMonster writes:

"When I was a child (some years ago now) TV was different. We had shows like Thundercats, Transformers and the original TMNT. Although these shows have resurfaced in new forms over the recent years, they are just not the same as they used to be. However sometimes a show starts when you are a kid and keeps running. Sometimes the formula doesn’t need to change and you don’t need to dig out old videos to show your little cousins what kids TV used to be like in the ‘good old days’. Sesame Street is a prime example of one of these shows, it was great for kids twenty-five years ago and it’s still great for kids now. I only wish when I was four years old that technology like Kinect had been around as the two are a perfect fit. As a partnership the coming together of this technology with this well-established institution of kids TV only serves to compound Sesame Street’s educational but fun message." (Kinect Sesame Street TV, Xbox 360) 80/100

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