On today's show, Mark talks with Jennifer Yi about Kinect Disneyland Adventures and then Mike and Mark discuss the game.
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Mark talks with Jennifer Yi about Kinect Disneyland Adventures and then Mike and Mark discuss the game.
This is the audio that put us off of our routine for a month or two, as the live audio did not process well and we had to kill the show before publishing. We ended up being able to salvage the interview audio and tossing the gameplay audio.
Mark and Jennifer talked a bit after playing the game, covering some of the game's details, Jennifer's favorite places to walk through and favorite games to play, and a hint of the long-term strategy for the franchise. Mark then talked a little about the lost audio from his and Jennifer's gameplay.
Mike and Mark talked about the gameplay. Mike gave his thoughts on the most fun and most annoying parts of the game, as well as his overall view of the game. Mike also gave a little information about what the entry cost would be to get up and running with an Xbox Kinect 360 in order to play the game, if you don't already have one.
At publication time, the game is currently available on Amazon.com for $37.20, compared to its list price of $49.99.
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