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  • Summary: Experience a place where two magical worlds unite: Kinect for Xbox 360 invites you to take a journey where stories come to life and dreams come true, right in your living room! Explore Disneyland park — from Main Street U.S.A. to Critter Country — join Peter Pan to battle Captain Hook, high-five Mickey Mouse or hug Snow White.

    Harnessing the controller-free magic of Kinect for Xbox 360, "Kinect: Disneyland Adventures" allows children, families and Disney fans of all ages to explore Disneyland park, step into adventures based on attractions, engage in challenging quests and interact with beloved Disney characters using their full bodies and voices,* no controller required. "Kinect: Disneyland Adventures" is your portal to a magical world of Disneyland park adventures through Kinect.
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 18 out of 33
  2. Negative: 0 out of 33
  1. Dec 9, 2011
    There's very little criticism here; if you're looking for a sure-fire winner for the young Disney fans in your house this holiday, buy Kinect Disneyland Adventures.
  2. Nov 18, 2011
    Kinect Disneyland Adventures is without a doubt one of the best Kinect games ever made, and may top the list for many. There is a prerequisite love for Disney needed in order to fully enjoy it, but anyone who has been to Disneyland (or wanted to go, but lives somewhere far away where all they have is a Busch Gardens), the game captures the park amazingly well.
  3. Dec 4, 2011
    Kinect Disneyland Adventures gives you the feeling that you're actually there, asking Mickey Mouse for autographs. Most minigames are a lot of fun and are perfect for children. However, more mini-games and more varied quests could have made this game a lot better.
  4. Dec 5, 2011
    A day at Disneyland isn't that way. Kinect gets its game maybe larger and more varied, but it isn't exciting and seems slow. Besides, the interpretation of player's movements on screen is not accurate, it isn't fast, creating many gameplay mistakes. Children may like this game a lot, if they are patient.
  5. Dec 19, 2011
    An interactive, magic and amazing visit to Disneyland that the youngest gamers will love. A game that Santa Claus shouldn't forget to get in his bag.
  6. Nov 18, 2011
    The best original Kinect game this year, and if it wasn't for the vagaries of the controller itself one of the best video games around for the very young.
  7. 55
    The controls are almost always downright woeful - mostly being either way too sensitive or barely responsive at all.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 6 out of 8
  2. Negative: 1 out of 8
  1. Dec 7, 2011
    First,Graphic is very beautiful. Disney Animation is living in. Second, This game is a valuable recording Disney park music. That musicCD has not been released yet in the world. Expand
  2. Mar 3, 2012
    Wow, wow, wow a fantastic videogame, really, this is a really game for kids, because I remember when I visit Disneyland and is fantastic, and this electronic version is incredible. Is a hit for the kids. Expand
  3. Aug 15, 2012
    In my opinion the best Kinect game for both kids and parents. Compared to other Kinect games for children like the Sesame Street game or Carnival Games this by far the best I have seen. The player control of pointing in a direction and running in that direction in the virtual Disneyland is understandable even for a 3 year old child like my daughter. All mini-games are playable in two-player mode and are easy, fun and entertaining. Children who know the Disney characters like Mickey, Minie, Donald, Daisy, Goofy & Pluto from TV can meet them in the game. Not only them... even all the Disney princesses and the Toy Story characters are there! Expand
  4. Nov 15, 2011
    Very impressive game which far exceeded my expectations. If you have kids around the 6-10 mark then they will certainly love it. Quality of sound and graphics is superb and if you have been to a Disney park it will all be reassuringly familiar. The Peter Pan seuence through London is wonderful! Highly recommended!! The best thing I have encountered for Kinect so far. Awesome work Frontier. Expand
  5. Nov 13, 2014
    I know Disneyland like the back of my hand, and the 3D recreation of the park in this game is spot on, down to every last trash can and Churro stand. Unfortunately it's difficult to navigate the environment and this game would have greatly benefited from allowing you to use your controller to walk around the park. The mini-games that make up the bulk of the content here are hit and miss and like most Kinect titles mostly consist of waving your arms around and hoping something will happen. Highlights include the Matterhorn skiing level, flying through Neverland with Peter Pan and bopping around the galaxy on Space Mountain. Conspicuously absent are Star Tours and Indiana Jones, two of my favorite rides. It's a shame that this game was developed before Disney purchased those properties (although that's the ONLY reason I'd be glad that Disney bought out Lucasfilm). All in all I would like this game a lot more if you could simply run around the park with a cap gun or lightsaber whacking tourists over the head. Look sharp for an NPC "dad" who looks a heckofalot like Barack Obama. Expand
  6. Nov 16, 2011
    While the park recreation is almost 100% accurate and perfectly captures the otherworldly magic of Disneyland, the use of the Kinect technology is SO vastly underdeveloped, there is no way to even know what you are doing in most of the Attractions, let alone figure out how to excel at them. While the idea is fantastic, numerous mini-games that use every form of movement-based gaming there is, the potential is simply never met, to an endlessly frustrating degree. Even just trying to get around the world and access an inventory menu becomes a tedious endeavor. Plus, giving this to a child almost feelsâ Expand
  7. Dec 29, 2011
    Very buggy. It was a big disappointment for the kids (ages 5-8). I really thought being a first party Microsoft game that this would be the hit of our Christmas gifts but it has so many issues that it takes the fun out of it. Direction of the characters is poor, finding the rides i difficult, co-op is near impossible to play.
    Waste of money. I wish redbox had of had it so I could have rented it first and chose another game.

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