gamrReview: "Double Fine Productions have managed to create that rarest of monsters: a superb quality children’s licensed game. Tim Schafer and the team have certainly done his daughter proud."
Your inner cookie monster is pleased. Admit it.
He doesn't eat many cookies in the game tho, kinda disappointing that :(
It was very fun at E3, glad to see that made it into the final product.
I thought it deserved a little better. Its a great family and kids game.
It looks adorable! I'm a bit too old for Sesame Street though. ;)
Briefly, and only briefly, I lost faith in Double Fine. But it seems that if anyone can make a licensed Kinect game good, it's Double Fine.
I don;t care how 'good' it is, I have less than zero interest in this game.
So why comment?
Less than zero interest in the game but yet you click on the story and comment. I would say there is some interest. If I had zero interest in a game, I sure wouldn't click on a review of the game.
I really don't think you can rate a game like this on a scale from 1 to 10. Kids either like it or don't like it. My kid likes it, so it's a perfect 10 in her mind and that is all that matters. Maybe I've watched too much Dora The Explorer and Go Diego Go, but I have to admit, the game really isn't that bad. It's one of the better Kinect games I've come across.
Although I think the score should be better, great review as always.
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