One of the biggest “family friendly” surprises of E3 2011 was the unveiling of Kinect Disneyland Adventures, a Xbox 360-exclusive title that lets kids (of all ages) walk through a fully realized digital version of Disneyland while interacting with characters and the environment. Using nothing but the Xbox Kinect, players can meander down Main Street USA, frolic through Frontierland or tiptoe through Tomorrowland to see — and then play mini-games inspired by — their favorite Disneyland attractions.
Our Executive Editor has been to the Anaheim and Orlando Disney Parks a combined 26 times, so he’s a relative expert when it comes to the authenticity of the parks’ layout and vibe. And according to him, Kinect Disneyland Adventures was spot on during his E3 demo of the game.
Below is the official Kinect Disneyland Adventures video trailer so you can check it out for yourself. This video shows various levels and rides that weren’t on display at E3 2011, but hopefully we’ll be invited to see more of the game — at an on-site Disneyland event, perhaps — prior to its release to give you more insight into how it’s shaping up. In the meantime, check out the official trailer for Kinect Disneyland Adventures.