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Sesame Street's Once Upon a Monster is now out


10:30 PM on 10.12.2011



Double Fine's newest game, Sesame Street: Once Upon a Monster, is out today, which means if you know someone with a kid (or an adult who still acts like a kid), and that kid's parents just happen to own an Xbox 360 and Kinect, you now have the perfect Christmas present for that child. Like the tv show the title is pulled from, there will be an emphasis on learning, except that it is interactive.

I may not be as pumped for Sesame Street as I was at the tender age of five, but I like the idea behind this, plus its made by Double Fine, which is good for any and everyone. You can pick up Once Upon a Monster for $49.99 now, and it's okay if you buy it for yourself. I won't judge you.








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7:30 PM on 12.02.2011
New Once Upon a Monster dev diaries are full of cheer

If you have young children, or know someone that does, and are still on the fence about getting Once Upon a Monster, here are three new dev diaries that might help you change your mind. Plus it already has DLC, which means m...more



5:00 AM on 11.23.2011
Once Upon a Monster DLC available this very moment

Have a young one who hasn't gotten enough Sesame Street: Once Upon a Monster? Be honest, do you yourself want more time with the game? Well, Warner Brothers has you covered with the first DLC for Once Upon a Monster. Unident...more



7:00 PM on 11.16.2011
Unidentified Furry Objects; puppets from space

Once Upon a Monster came out last month, and now has some DLC coming out which adds a new chapter to the storybook game. Starting November 22 and for 400 MSP, you can shake your booty with all of the usual Sesame Street gang,...more



5:30 PM on 09.01.2011
Tim Schafer and Cookie Monster are quite the duo

Thank you, Double Fine, for giving me the opportunity to write about Sesame Street without feeling totally guilty afterward. This latest video with Tim Schafer and Cookie Monster is a delight, as always. Conveniently enough, Once Upon a Monster comes out for Xbox 360 on October 11. That's a week after Dark Souls drops in North America. Let the recovery process begin!more



11:00 PM on 08.12.2011
New Once Upon a Monster trailer is good old family fun

It comes as no surprise that Microsoft has an overly pretentious family enjoying the Kinect in this trailer. Looking past that, the video does a great job showing off how damn fun this game looks. It also gets me all nostalg...more



6:45 PM on 07.12.2011
Tim Schafer's game pitch to Cookie Monster

In this remarkably adorable video, Double Fine's Tim Schafer pitches a videogame to Cookie Monster. A few things in particular made me feel all warm and fuzzy: Cookie Monster's iPhone has a Cookie Monster sleeve Cookie Monster calls Tim Schafer "kid" Eating cookies. 'Nuff said Sesame Street: Once Upon a Monster, everybody! Can't wait to buy this game for my "son."more




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4:30 PM on 03.24.2014
Escape Goat 2 released as Tim Schafer tries to take credit

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