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PSA: Kinect Nat Geo TV and Kinect Sesame Street TV season 2 available

How many more episodes of Kinect Sesame Street and Kinect Nat Geo are up on Xbox Live today? Eight! Ah, ah, ah. Season passes for each game/show/thing are available for 2400 Microsoft Points, with individual episodes selling for five bucks each. Kinect Sesame Street TV's second season adds...

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Sesame Street and Nat Geo Kinect 'Season Two' arrives in January

Kinect Sesame Street TV and Kinect Nat Geo TV, the interactive "2-way TV experiences" for Microsoft's Kinect, are both getting a new season of content starting on January 7. Both the Sesame Street and National Geographic packages will receive eight new downloadable episodes, available either as a...

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Kinect Sesame Street and Nat Geo 'TV experiences' arrive in September

Microsoft has dated and priced its two "TV experiences" available later this year in the forms of Kinect Sesame Street TV and Kinect Nat Geo TV (...that's "National Geographic" for us who like to hollaback old school). Both interactive TV shows will be $29.99 (2400 MSP) for eight 30-minute...

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Kinect Sesame Street TV, Kinect Nat Geo TV premiere 'autumn 2012'

Two of the kid-friendly Kinect games/apps we caught wind of last October have had their release window specified: Kinect Sesame Street TV will launch in "autumn 2012," according to a tweet from Argonon CEO James Burstall, with Kinect Nat Geo TV launching the very same day this fall, so sayeth C21...

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Kinect's 'Family Vision': FMV games in every home

Microsoft issued a trailer featuring two of the new kid-friendly Kinect games announced yesterday, Kinect Sesame Street TV and Kinect Nat Geo TV. The footage of these two games above reveals the shocking truth: at least in parts, these are an attempt by Microsoft to bring back FMV games,...

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Pixar's 'Rush,' new Sesame Street game coming to Kinect (for kids)

Microsoft's latest batch of kid-friendly Kinect games includes projects developed in collaboration with Disney Pixar, Sesame Workshop, National Geographic and the Games for Learning Institute. Wow. Back in our day, we had to make do with The Castle of Dr. Brain. Disney Pixar's game, codenamed...

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