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Submitted by KMxRetro 1693d ago | review

Kinectronic: Child of Eden Review

Let’s get one thing out of the way for starters. The storyline of Child of Eden is a tad confusing. The introductory videos – as beautiful as they are – don’t explain it, other than to tell you that your goal is to save “Lumi.” The introductory section of the game manual has a crack at explaining it, even though the writer ultimately seems to have not understood it. I most certainly didn’t understand it – without going online and doing a bit of searching – and there’s a relatively good chance that most people who play the game won’t understand it, either. (Child of Eden, Kinect, Xbox 360) 4/5

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