Kinectimals Previews - Xbox 360

Game Description: The animal kingdom comes alive in this furry game for Microsoft Kinect.
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    E3 2010: Kinectimals Preview

    Microsoft's Kinect-based contribution to the storied virtual pet genre, Kinectimals, teaches kids that it's totally fine to be friendly to baby tigers, panthers and other highly dangerous felines. Still, there's no denying the cuteness factor of this title. Check it out in this E3 2010 preview.

    Posted: Jun 18, 2010

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    E3 2010 Microsoft Press Conference: Kinectimals

    An adorable little girl gives us a demo of Kinectimals from Microsoft's E3 2010 Press Conference, showing us how to play with a baby tiger called Skittles, petting him, exercising him and playing fetch.

    Posted: Jun 14, 2010 | 7,092 Views | 03:07

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