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Submitted by mathsman 1023d ago | review

In-depth Review: Kinect Nat Geo TV - Electronic Theatre

The second of Microsoft Studios’ new ‘2-way TV Experience’ products, launched alongside the critically acclaimed Kinect Sesame Street TV, the Relentless Software developed Kinect Nat Geo TV is another interesting experimentation into the future of television entertainment. Offered for a few pounds more than your typical documentary DVD, the Kinect Nat Geo TV retail package (season one is currently available via Xbox LIVE Marketplace) includes two seasons of four episodes each, with around forty minutes of action in each episode. But you can’t measure Kinect Nat Geo TV in terms of duration alone despite its generosity, as it’s the interactive nature of the product that offers so much more. (Kinect Nat Geo TV, Xbox 360) 86/100

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