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I like cats but I love bears. How could you not love those rounded ears, that fuzzy face and little nub tail? I've been known to talk to bears. At bookstores I'll flip through bear picture books like some kind of addict. At zoos I giggle at their annoyed roars, somehow translating what would normally be seen as a dangerous warning as a call of affection toward me, as if to say "come over and scratch behind my ears, kind sir." Yes, I'm absolutely weak to cute animals, especially bears.
Knowing this, one would expect that I would be all for the feline fun of Kinect title Kinectimals. I was certainly charmed by the cute cats from first sight, but I never got around to playing the title. Of course, I pounced on the opportunity to play a new version of the game, Kinectimals: Now With Bears.
What little manliness I had went out then window when I adopted my first bear cub. I'm now a 11-year-old girl waving my hands in front of my television. I can only hope that no one ever sees me play this game.
In promotion of their upcoming Kinectimals release Microsoft will be partnering with the Build-A-Bear Workshop in offering up four collectible teddies. In what can only be called the sneakiest DLC ever, these $...