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  • Summary: Kinect Adventures is a compilation of games for the Xbox 360's motion-sensing accessory Kinect. It will include river rush, which is a rafting simulation.
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 5 out of 45
  2. Negative: 5 out of 45
  1. Nov 11, 2010
    90
    The perfect game to be bundled with Kinect: funny and with a very good graphical side.
  2. Nov 17, 2010
    70
    Still, it's breezy, colourful presentation and general silliness make Kinect Adventures easy to like.
  3. Jan 2, 2011
    70
    While undoubtedly fun, Kinect Adventures does have a tendency to become tiresome due to the lack of variety in each game type.
  4. Nov 8, 2010
    65
    Kinect Adventures acts as a decent way to show off your latest hardware purchase to friends, but beyond this there really isn't much reason to bung the disc back into your Xbox.
  5. Nov 20, 2010
    60
    Kinect Adventures is a typical tech-demo that comes free with new hardware. It's instantly fun and demonstrates what Kinect can do, but you've seen everything in an hour and it won't take long for you to stop playing altogether. It works though, and for that it's already a fun little game to have. Make the sequel a bit longer and more varied, please.
  6. Nov 4, 2010
    60
    Kinect Adventures' set of five games was never designed to innovate, but it clearly fails to do the bare minimum that is necessary for mini-games to have a purpose. Mini-games are fun in small, pint-sized, easy-to-play quantities, and while Adventure succeeds in offering pocket-size entertainment the gameplay is nowhere near interesting enough and fails to capitalise on the novelty of Kinect.
  7. Nov 19, 2010
    30
    Wii Sports was fun and showed what was great about its new control scheme. Kinect Adventures, on the other hand, is dull, boring and gives a wrong impression about Kinect.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 20 out of 28
  2. Negative: 4 out of 28
  1. Nov 5, 2010
    10
    I thought it would be the kind of game you try once and then run to buy new games. While it doesn't have a long lasting appeal it's the kindI thought it would be the kind of game you try once and then run to buy new games. While it doesn't have a long lasting appeal it's the kind of game I'll play once in a while especially to show my friends how to use Kinect. River Rapids and Reflex Ridge are the best included games. Expand
  2. Apr 2, 2012
    9
    lots of fun! my daughter and myself play for hours and it is fantastice excerscise! Great into. to the world of Kinect! A traditionallots of fun! my daughter and myself play for hours and it is fantastice excerscise! Great into. to the world of Kinect! A traditional sports game (skiing, volleyball?) would have been cool as well...Ther "River Rapids" is amazing! Expand
  3. Jan 22, 2011
    8
    The game is free, that scores it a few points before it even hits the tray. The game helps you acclimate to the Kinect, and lets you have aThe game is free, that scores it a few points before it even hits the tray. The game helps you acclimate to the Kinect, and lets you have a little fun while you do it. Reflex Ridge can even give you a quick & light cardio workout at harder levels. The rafting game is fun too, but not too responsive. 20,000 leaks is good for cheesy photos and that's about it. Rally Ball is like dodge ball and is fun because you are never really the target. ;) Space Pop is useless, but you can avoid it as much as possible and just pretend it isn't there. This wasn't meant to be an all time hit, just an opening foray into the device. In that respect it delivers pretty well. Expand
  4. Nov 9, 2010
    7
    As a pack in, this game isn't too bad. I feel they could have fit more mini-game types on the disc but the ones they have are entertaining andAs a pack in, this game isn't too bad. I feel they could have fit more mini-game types on the disc but the ones they have are entertaining and frantic. Fun little quirks like animating trophies with your movement and voice, having your picture taken during gameplay, and the overall upbeat atmosphere the game creates makes this title a decent party game. Is it worth fifty bucks? No. Is it worth your time? I'd say yes. Expand
  5. Mar 17, 2013
    7
    This is a OK minigame, obviously nothing I would put over my main games (EG Halo 4, Skyrim). Graphics could need a little work and glitchesThis is a OK minigame, obviously nothing I would put over my main games (EG Halo 4, Skyrim). Graphics could need a little work and glitches almost produce a humorous effect. It's not just in the game, but in the device itself. But, to the game. The game modes are appealing and give easy Achievement Points, almost to a point where it's plain boring (Received 10 or so credits for playing with 2 players). It's not a serious dedication game, just something to whip out during a party when small talk fails Expand
  6. Jan 20, 2012
    7
    I liked it. Its fun to play ,even more so when playing with a friend, and it gives you a good workout as well. The one bad thing about it isI liked it. Its fun to play ,even more so when playing with a friend, and it gives you a good workout as well. The one bad thing about it is that it doesnt have a lot of games to play and its boring playing the same game over and over again. Besides that, Its totally worth owning. Expand
  7. Jul 6, 2014
    0
    Kinect is absolute rubbish. The motion is off, unresponsive, and just plain bad. The game is too hard because of the bad motion controls andKinect is absolute rubbish. The motion is off, unresponsive, and just plain bad. The game is too hard because of the bad motion controls and just isn't fun. I also don't like Xbox very much. Expand

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