September 27th 2011 6:14 am PT

Demo:Sesame Street: Once Upon a Monster

Sesame Street: Once Upon a MonsterContent: Sesame Street: Once Upon a Monster Demo
Price: Free
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Dash Text: Jump into a storybook adventure with the Sesame Street: Once Upon a Monster demo. From innovative game developer Double Fine Productions comes a storybook adventure of whimsical discovery and outrageous fun, featuring popular Sesame Street characters and quirky, new monsters! This Controller-free gaming experience is full of life lessons, like building friendships, sharing and conquering fears. Perfect for kids, and fun for the entire family! Drop-in/drop-out co-op is ideal for parent/child or sibling play. Join the fun! Full game coming October 2011 exclusively on Kinect™ for Xbox 360®.

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  • aStrangeDisease

    If my daughter sees this, she wont ever let me turn it off. I guess I’m having a Sesame Street day. I might have to buy this game.

  • Jaymoon

    Whoa, forget about the BF3 beta…  This is what I’ll be playing for the rest of the week…

    • Jonah Falcon

      Hey, buddy. Don’t knock Tim Schafer. Ever.

  • Tylerh1701

    Would try if i had kinect

  • Tylerh1701

    Off topic, but nice job on the unpromoted arcade games sale.  I’m not sure why you guys don’t advertise these big sales?!?  But thanks!

    • huck

      thanks mate i totally would have missed all those cheap games…
      kinda sad that i  had to read it here first, on the secoond page of a comments section about an unrelated article… surely thats worth a mention on the main page. no?

      • Tylerh1701

        You’re welcome.  Glad to know my comment helped!

  • Anonymous

    I liked how you go into a level and the lack of loading, but the gameplay… I don’t know it just didn’t feel like I was influencing it that much especially during the dancing part.. I might be too used to Kinect games where the character is a perfect mirror of my body though.. Just with this I was assuming I was doing it right instead of knowing the whole time.