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Submitted by blackbox2342 1048d ago | review

Review: Sesame Street: Once Upon a Monster [RealTalkGaming]

RealTalkGaming.com's review of the newly released Sesame Street: Once upon a Monster.

First of all before I formally begin this review, I think it’s important to have realistic expectations. There is no way you can compare a game like this to the likes of Gears of War, Uncharted, Call of Duty etc. I aim to review Sesame Street: Once upon a Monster as the game it is and the game it is, is a family game designed for simplicity and fun, it’s certainly not for the hardcore! Once I was able to get this aside I did strangely find myself enjoying the game, perhaps, it was my nostalgia craving fro Sesame Street that did it but at its core you’ve got a game that young fans of the show will love! (Casual games, Kinect, Sesame Street: Once Upon a Monster, Xbox 360) 82/100

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