New from National Geographic and Kinect is a fun new game that combines programming from the Nat Geo Wild channel with fun interactive games that make learning fun for kids of all ages. Experience the wild like never before through the magic of Kinect.
This game is perfect for boys and girls alike, but my Son and Hubby seem to have an extra affinity for this game and have spent hours acting out the characteristics of various animals. They have been butting heads like Mountain Goats and digging for moths to eat them like bears. There have been giggles galore! The kids and Hubby have also been working on their tracking skills as the guide, Casey Anderson leads them through the wild of Yellowstone and Alaska. Kinect Nat Geo TV is a welcome addition to our Xbox games for kids library because it encourages both learning and movement. I have a feeling that this particular game will see a fair bit of play over the next few months as winter settles in. No hibernation for Mama bear no matter how much I want to.
Included in this Kinect for Xbox game is:
- Volume one – Expidition Grizzly, Stalking the Mountain Lion, Black Bear Invasion, and Wolverine King.
- Volume two – Project Kodiak, Inside the Wolf Pack, Yellowstone Spring, and Yellowstone Winter.
- One year season pass that allows you to access even more episodes online.
Kinect Nat Geo TV is rated E for everyone but adds 10 and up because of mild blood and mild violence. That most likely is the head butting and fish-eating. My 4-year-old has enjoyed watching and playing it as much as my 11-year-old and hasn’t been bothered by either, but use your discretion when purchasing this game. I am happy to be introducing the beauty and reality of life in the wild through this interactive game and look forward to more titles in this series hopefully to come. Pick up Kinect Nat Geo TV at your favourite retail for a suggested retail price of $29.99.
*Disclosure – I was provided with samples to facilitate this review. All opinions expressed are my own.