• Publisher: THQ
  • Release Date: Nov 8, 2011
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  1. Feb 28, 2012
    A really boring game, the gameplay is zzz... and this images are like a horrible travel, I think that some people can enjoy of this game, but the people that are a really gamer can hate that awful game. Deepak Chopra´s Leela is for strange people.
  2. Mar 19, 2012
    This is not so much of a game as it is a guide into the world of meditation. If you are not interested in meditation, you probably wont like this game too much, although a few of the mini games are pretty fun.

    The real benefit of this game is that it gives you an experience that is unrivaled. it is the instruction of going to a class, but right in the comfort of your own home.

    I just
    got introduced to meditation through this game. I really enjoy the different experiences it has facilitated. Expand

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  1. 60
    Leela's disparate components don't perfectly align, but for meditative newcomers and casual gamers, it's an interesting collection of breezy play sequences. That said, if you're seeking a more engaging Zen experience via Kinect, we recommend the trippy sights and sounds of Child of Eden instead.
  2. Dec 4, 2011
    An innovative, pleasing and fresh product. If you're looking for something different and more "relaxing", you should give it a try.
  3. Nov 16, 2011
    When a game's stated purpose is to relax the user, but it winds up doing the exact opposite, that extra credit can only carry it so far. Above all, there are some wonderful experiences to be had in Leela, but they're forgotten as soon as the frustrations set in.