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E3 10: Cute girl tickles tiger in Kinectimals

1:36 PM on 06.14.2010


"Skittles, I love you!"

That's what a cute little girl just said to her virtual pet tiger in the demo for Kinectimals during Microsoft's Press Conference.

And my heart melted.

I was a little skeptical about how Nintencats Kinectimals would play, but that little girl completely sold me on it. I want to tickle a tiger. I WANT TO TICKLE A TIGER!

The game is obviously adorable, but it looks to work pretty well! The interaction with the baby tiger seemed accurate and, most importantly, a lot of fun! I am actually looking forward to trying Kinectimals out on the show floor now! Thanks, cute little girl!

More on Kinectimals and all the other Kinect launch titles soon. Stay tuned to Destructoid!




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