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Sesame Street: Once Upon a Monster Exclusive Trailer

Today's most special game trailer is brought to you by the letters D and W and the number 1.

The D is for Double Fine Studios, the wildly creative team behind quirky hits like Costume Quest and Stacking. Their next project, however, takes kid-cool to a whole new level: it's Sesame Street: Once Upon a Monster for the Xbox 360 and Kinect. Published by Warner Bros. Interactive (there's the W), it's due out this fall.

The number 1? That's in honor of the game's very first trailer, which we proudly present exclusively on Yahoo! Games:

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JohnApocalypse2482d ago

I was hoping to see a Sesame Street Double Fine logo at the beginning

Biggest2482d ago

This is why I am slow to adopt certain products. It would piss me off to buy a party game (which is pretty much all there is at the moment) with generic avatars and have something like this come out. It's hard to pay $50 once, and then $50 more for the same game reskinned. Those that waited can get a product that at least has a shiney coat of Sesame Street on it.

AAACE52482d ago

Why can't people just accept that this game isn't made for them and move on! They have to make games that appeal to many different gamers... including kids!

Biggest2482d ago

It's made for me, dammit! My daughter is all about some Elmo, Abby, and Zoey. I'm hoping that this is released for the Move. I'm trying soooooo hard to avoid wasting money on EyePet.

hazbaz2482d ago

The graphics and the animation look awful.

LNDCalling2482d ago (Edited 2482d ago )

Forget Killzone 3.. this is where its at!..

All jokes aside.. this has tainted my memory of Sesame Street, and precious memories they were, they should have just let it be..

Dissapointed because it would have been nice to share memories with my little son of the St.. spose I'll just have to dig out some old DVD's.. Hmph..