Disneyland Adventures gets Kinect-ed Nov. 15

Disney Interactive Studios' virtual theme park and motion-controlled minigame collection gets concrete launch date on Xbox 360.

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Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary isn't the only Microsoft-exclusive game hitting the Xbox 360 at the height of the holiday season. Microsoft and Disney Interactive Studios today announced a November 15 release for Kinect: Disneyland Adventures, putting it on shelves the same day Master Chief's original adventure gets a high-definition face-lift.

Alice in Wonderland is just one attraction at Disneyland Adventures.

Kinect: Disneyland Adventures is an interactive re-creation of the original California theme park with a variety of minigames inspired by various rides and franchises from the animation giant's storied past. The park itself will include more than 40 characters for players to interact with, including Captain Hook, the Mad Hatter, Cinderella, Peter Pan, and, of course, Mickey Mouse. Players will be able to get virtual hugs and autographs, pose for photos, and otherwise pal around with their favorite characters.

Beyond the meet-and-greets, Kinect: Disneyland Adventures will feature a number of minigame attractions. Players will be able to find Peter Pan's shadow, recover Winnie the Pooh's honey pot, or take a trolley up Big Thunder Mountain.

Discussion

10 comments
PixelAddict
PixelAddict

Only Kinect title I'm watching is Rise of Nightmares, but why do I have a funny feeling this Disney thing will outsell RoN by a 100:1 margin?

monson21502
monson21502

im betting this will be packed into all kinect bundles this holiday....

chibi-acer
chibi-acer

I've only been to Disney once, and it was a looong time ago. I can see where this would be great for little kids (and even some grown ups). Not everyone likes to fly, or can afford to make the trip.

Muteki_X
Muteki_X

...I still remember the horror that was Universal Studios Park Adventure.

AvatarMan96
AvatarMan96

As much as I hate saying this...this game looks really fun :lol:

IceJester45
IceJester45

If I were a few decades younger, I might care.

Triton
Triton

I'm thinking this the perfect game for the target audience of the Kinect. Should be a big hit.

collinmul
collinmul

I'm in my thirties and I'm planning on buying this game for myself. Screw the kids; they can have fun watching me play!