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Child of Eden (Kinect)

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Child of Eden (Kinect)

Child of Eden (Kinect) Customer Reviews

GBP 49.99

£49.99

4.37

19 Reviews

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4 12
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4.37

19 Reviews

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4 12
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Amazing and new

4

Child of Eden is awesome and brings new life to my Kinect. It has some similarities with Geometry Wars, but it's an immersive experience with great music and kaleidoscopic is the right description. Be aware that it's quite hectic.

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Child of Eden

4

Child of Eden has colourful images and great music that changes according to your movements. It's a bit slow sometimes but nonetheless it's fun for a shootout to pass the time.

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Must have game

5

Child of Eden is a very well done Kinect-game. It is a very mind blowing trip to another world. During your journey you will hear awesome music tracks and everything that you see is very candy for your eyes. The game itself is quite short but is also a kind of experience that you should get if you own Kinect.

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Two posibilities

4

Child of Eden is an interesting game. You have to use music and skills to save Eden in this game. You can play with/without Kinect so you have two-in-one.

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Particular kind of awesomness

5

Child of Eden is not a game for everyone. Its narrative goes beyond what we are used to, so it might be somewhat confusing for some players to understand what is going on. However, Child of Eden makes for one of the most interesting and wonderful experiences I've ever seen in gaming. Each scene contains a unique universe full of "creatures" and other beings that are a delight to navigate. My recommendation: Play Child of Eden on the biggest screen you can get.

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beautiful game

5

Child of Eden is a really beautiful game with fitting music. It gives you such a nice experience, and is exactly what I was expecting!

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A must have for Kinect!

4

As is widely reported, Child of Eden is the spiritual successor to 'Rez' - so if you've not experienced Rez you can download a demo of Rez HD from XboxLive as there's no current demo of Child of Eden for some stupid reason... Irrespective though, Child of Eden is a fantastic game, essentially an on-rails shooter but the game is really an immersive, highly visual experience set to a excellent techno soundtrack! Child of Eden is an overtly 'Japanese' game, which may take a little getting used to for those whom gaming on Xbox only means CoD or Gears of War, but don't let it put you off as you would be missing out on probably the best, most original and truest Kinect experience currently available. Not a long game, but endlessly replayable.

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Very Nice

5

Very nice game! Recommend it to everyone.

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Atmospheric but short

4

Child of Eden plays very well and smooth with Kinect and has an added bonus of working with a control pad. Child of Eden is worth recommending, especially if you're after a new experience with Kinect, as it stands out from all usual dancing and exercising games.

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Great fun, sore arms!

4

If you liked the original Rez, there's a good chance you'll like Child of Eden. It's (still) a crazy abstract shooter that will take you to new places. Visually or in the audio department you can expect more of the same as in Rez. Definitely grab this if you have a Kinect but be warned that it's quite a workout.

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