Kinect brings new games for Xbox

Kinect Disneyland Adventure, one of a trio of upcoming games for Microsoft's Xbox 360 console using the controller system Kinect handsfree, plays more like a tour of the Magic Kingdom, except he can fly.
Disney and Microsoft plan to announce the games on Monday at the Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles.

Players will have to enter a virtual Disneyland, visit the castles and other monuments and Disney characters. "All that is replicated to a level of detail," says Adam Sussman for Disney. "You can meet and greet and take photos (with characters) and get on a ride."
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On a walk through the E3 show, the Neverland of Peter Pan ride, players take rapid flight with Peter Pan over the skies of London to Neverland and Captain Hook's pirate ship to engage him in a fight the sword. Disneyland Adventures "something that is very innovative and unique," says Sussman. "Something very different from (consumers) have ever experienced before in a game system."

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