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Submitted by mark0192 1188d ago | review

REVIEW: Kinect Rush: A Disney Pixar Adventure - 123KINECT.com

123KINECT writes:"Kinect Rush (the full title is “Kinect Rush: A Disney Pixar Adventure”, but let’s just call it Rush) is the latest Disney inspired Kinect title aimed at kids and other casual gamers. I see this game as the third in the “Adventure” series, and with that the expectations for Rush are set high. The first in the adventures series was Kinect Adventures, which had fun but basic gameplay, the second one was Disneyland adventures (which was excellent) and now this is the third one. As with all the adventure games Kinect Rush is playable both in singleplayer as well in two player co-op and I had an extensive run through with both modes. Will Kinect Rush be as good as Disneyland Adventures? Find out in this extensive review!" (Disney, Kinect, Kinect Rush: A Disney Pixar Adventure, Pixar, Xbox 360) 8/10

MoFo1111  +   1188d ago
Good score

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