Microsoft and Disney showed off a brand-new title at their E3 press event, Disneyland Adventures, that aims to bring the magic of visiting Disneyland home. They've recreated the park for everyone to explore, allowing you to relive their favorite Disneyland memories, hang out with Disney characters and even make your own souvenirs via kinectshare.com.
Of course, what better way for Microsoft to show off the new Kinect-friendly title than with a few kids up on stage, demoing Peter Pan's Flight, a flying game, and an Alice in Wonderland-themed game that included a race through the Queen of Hearts' castle in hamster ball-like contraptions.
Disneyland Adventures is coming this holiday season and will be exclusive to Kinect. I think I know one editor who's going to have this at the top of his wishlist ...
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