Kinect Makes Taking Your Kids To Disneyland Much More Affordable

Kinect Makes Taking Your Kids To Disneyland Much More Affordable
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Frontier Developments is giving parents around the world an amazing gift this holiday season: The ability to take their children to Disneyland for the price of the Xbox 360, Kinect, and Kinect: Disneyland Adventures.

As a soon-to-be father, the idea of a virtual Disneyland where I do not need sunblock, wads of cash, and more patience than I could possibly muster is a very appealing one. Kinect: Disneyland Adventures packs the entire park onto one disc. Families can explore to their hearts’ content, experience the attractions like never before, meet the characters without fear of getting groped, and basically enjoy the Disneyland experience without ever having to set foot in the place.

I approve wholeheartedly.


  • next up,
    “Kinect Kitchen” – virtually make a sandwich and eat it all from the comfort of your couch

    “Kinect Beach” – visit famous beaches around the world, frolic, play with sand, swim, all without leaving the house!

    “Kinect Grocery” – a new DLC for Kinect Kitchen, visit the virtual grocery store and shop for your favourite ingredients and socialise with the NPCs

    get all this and more in the new Kinect Couch Potato bundle!

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