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Kinect Adventures! Xbox 360

Platform : Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows Me, Windows 2000
Rated: Everyone
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  • You and your friends and family will jump, dodge, and kick your way through 20 pulse-pounding adventures
  • Game requires the Xbox 360 Kinect Sensor to play - sold separately
  • The spirit of adventure awaits!
  • Show off and share your accomplishments online with Photo Moments and Living Statues.
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Kinect Adventures!Explore the World - and Beyond!KinectTM Adventures will get you off the couch and into the game in a whole new way. You and your friends and family will jump, dodge, and kick your way through 20 pulse-pounding adventures set in exotic locations. Work together as you navigate through roaring rapids, challenge obstacle courses or save a leaky underwater laboratory. Show off and share your accomplishments online with Photo Moments and Living Statues. The spirit of adventure awaits!Game requires the Xbox 360 Kinect Sensor to play - sold separately

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  • ASIN: B004HHIB8U
  • Product Dimensions: 11 x 1 x 9 inches ; 5.6 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (171 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,154 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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33 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Nuknuk TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on January 17, 2011
Kinect Adventures is most likely your first hands-on experience with the Xbox add-on Kinect sensor. Mine came with the 4G Xbox system. You don't need anymore remote controllers; instead your whole body serves as the controller via the Kinect camera. You flail your arms; you kick and scream, and do all kinds of unimaginable body contortions, and to add insults, it can be captured by the very same camera to send to the vastness bowels of the internets! Who knows? You can be the next laser sword wielding boy sensation if you can stand all the embarrassment from your friends and family relatives.

The idea is to drag your lazy bones, stand in front of the tube and save you from becoming a hapless couch potato. Your first few hours will surely be a lot of fun. You can have another player join you by simply position themselves on your side. He can be a boy or a girl depending on which side he jumps into.

May favorite is "Roaring Rapids", you ride on an inflatable and try to collect as many points by maneuvering with your body. When you jump, the boat jumps with you and you can reach objects high on the rock. By performing successive jumps with a friend, you can even reach higher, even up on top of the clouds.

I also love the game similar to a dodge ball, although you just have to hit targets by slapping and kicking the ball as opposed to getting the blissful satisfaction of hitting someone's vulnerable parts, it is a very active game that can make you gasp for air after finishing a set. You can also use your knees, your body for blocking, or your head. Not to be outdone, the log obstacle course is likewise a very fun game. You have to jump, dock, and position your arms and legs to reach objects to get as many points as possible.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Hollis Chabuliabot on November 6, 2012
Adventures is one of the better Kinect games, but my 7 & 8 year olds are not interested in playing it more than 1/2 hour every couple of months.

Below is my review of the Kinect experience since we bought it in 2010.

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Purchased Christmas 2010, when my children were 5 & 6. After being "wowed" by the technology and the graphics, but the games themselves aren't much fun. The fun part is saying "look what I can do". The tracking is poor and causes lots of frustration with children and adults. In 10 years when this technology is perfected it may be fun, but in 2012, my children prefer the free video games on Nick Jr and PBS. In perspective, Kinect should be free and Nick Jr and PBS should charge. We have tried several of the Kinect games, each which comes with glowing reviews to be disappointed. I wonder if the reviews are written by people in the first hour of playing or by the games companies themselves. We also bought Skylanders which has been a bigger hit with my kids than any of the Kinects games. These are the Kinect games we bought in order of best to worst:

Kinect Sports: The best Kinect game. Tracks the best, user interface is best, the only Kinect game my kids want to play (occasionally).

Kinectables: Frustrating tracking, cute and the second best game. Easy to get lost in store or house and not be able to find way back to map. My children might play this for an hour every couple of months. Was not able hold their interest after the first few days.

Carnival: One of the best. Tracking seems better on this game. Annoying barker.
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Sarah J on November 27, 2011
This is my first experience with the connect and I'm hoping that I have great experiences with the other games that I try. Adventures is very fun and totally kicked my butt. I couldn't help but playing until I was breathing hard and getting sloppy. LOL I recommend that anyone who's out of shape like me, stretch before playing. I knew that I would get a bit of a work out but I also thought that since this is not an "exercise" game, that it wouldn't kick my butt. To my pleasant surprise, my body is sore and I feel my energy level increased and I can't wait until I get to play again (I need at least a couple hours of rest).

I want to add that I'm not a big gamer so I can't compare this to other games and when I do play, I play games like platform games. I think the games on this would be considered something similar (which may be why I enjoy them so much) if they were controller based but I really think that anyone would love this game and I highly suggest that you give it chance.

IF you're also very overweight, you might want to take it a bit easy because some of the games require you to jump and crouch down low and often both. My left knee is feeling a little pressure now but I figured out a way to crouch that I could pass the parts that I needed to and not put too much pressure, I'm sure that if you mess around a bit, you'll figure something out too. ^_^
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Lisa Shea HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on July 6, 2012
We have a ton of games for our XBox 360 Kinect, but it's always Kinect Adventures that we pull out when visitors come over. It's fun and easys to learn.

In essence you get a collection of mini-games which use your body to play. You don't have to hold controllers or learn buttons. For dodge-ball, a person simply stands in front of the screen and when a ball comes at them they whap it with their hand, foot, or head. How easy can that be? Everyone "gets it" within seconds and is immediately having fun.

There are river rapids where you jump to make the raft jump. There are obstacles courses where you do all sorts of crazy moves to gather points and avoid the obstacles. You plug up leaks in an aquarium with your body parts. You pop bubbles. Mostly, you have enormous amounts of fun.

It's not even an "exercise game" - but playing it does easily burn calories and get you into shape. You want to keep playing long after you're tired out!

We have young kids and older folks all wanting to take their turns. It's a nice mix of games. Someone who's not that fond of game A will adore game B and so on. I adore the dodge ball game. My friend loves the raft game.

You can play solo or with someone else. It's a maximum of two players, which on one hand is a shame but I'm also not sure how you could fit four people in one space and have them all flailing around without hurting each other.

Are there any down sides here? The games are definitely about motion. So if you have a tiny space you might not be able to play - but that would be true with any Kinect game. If you do not have the ability to be fully in motion - for example if you're in a wheelchair - you would also have issues with this game. So those are things to be aware of.
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