Despite the fact that they released high-profile games like Pure, Split/Second and Epic Mickey, The House of Mouse's console output's dwindled significantly. That makes their partnership with Microsoft an important one, because Xbox 360s sit in millions of living rooms across the world. To make the joint venture that…
It seems like everyone has their own convention these days, so it should surprise no one that Disney's insiders club hosted the third "D23 Expo" last weekend in Anaheim, CA.
Kinect: Disneyland Adventures, which appears to be a surprisingly good game, finally has a release date: November 15, the target date for people buying stuff for Christmas.
Shortly after I air-hugged a virtual Mickey Mouse and before I realized that Disneyland Adventures is a love letter to pre-Pixar, pre-CGI, hand-drawn Disney Animation, I decided that this fall's big Disney Kinect game is my most anticipated video game for Microsoft's hands-free controller.
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.