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26/12/2012 FGTV: Kinect Sesame Street and Nat Geo TV Interview with Josh Atkins Review
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Sesame Street Kinect is a new kind of product for young players, combining the non-participatory entertainment of a TV show with the interaction of a video game. In this FamilyGamerTV, we talk to creative director Josh Atkins to find out more about the new title.

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Episode 2.1: Kinect Rush Review


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Sesame Street Kinect is a new kind of product for young players, combining the non-participatory entertainment of a TV show with the interaction of a video game. In this FamilyGamerTV, we talk to creative director Josh Atkins to find out more about the new title.

While Sesame Street has, for years, invited the audience to join in, with Kinect Sesame Street the TV show is now able to respond to the audience's contributions. In this video, we find out as much as we can about the new genre of "two-way TV" as well as the new Nat Geo TV title.

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Written by Andy Robertson

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