Microsoft Releases Gameplay Footage from ‘Kinect: Disneyland Adventures’

Microsoft has unveiled new in game footage from their new game ‘Kinect: Disneyland Adventures’. It’s an all new adventure set in the Disneyland park. And I have to say, I witnessed this game first hand at D23 and it’s really, really fun. The amount of detail is really incredible, and they creators really took their time to make you feel like you’re really in the park. It’s really a lot of fun. Check the out the first video after the jump.

The footage comes courtesy of G4, click here to see the rest! ‘Kinect: Disneyland Adventures’ arrives on Xbox 360 on November 15, 2011.

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2 thoughts on “Microsoft Releases Gameplay Footage from ‘Kinect: Disneyland Adventures’

  1. I highly doubt it will make its way to the Wii. The Wii doesn’t have the capabilities of handling a game like this, which is what happened with Epic Mickey. The Wii isn’t made to handle such high graphics standards, which caused a lot of camera problems with Epic Mickey. It was hard to navigate through levels and the camera angles made the game seem nearly impossible. We were able to play the game at D23 Expo and it is extremely detailed, down to the pathways and designs on the trashcans. This high level of detail will require a better graphics processor, which the Wii does not have.

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