Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Ice Age Continental Drift Arctic Games for the Kinect

Like so many other kids out there, my kids love Ice Age from the great movies to the characters, and when the newest of the movies came out a few weeks ago, they were ecstatic. From being introduced to the new characters to watching the newest adventure that the friends go on, the new Ice Age movie has been a hit in our house. On top of the great new movie that my kids loved seeing in the theater, we were sent the new Ice Age Continental Drift Arctic Games for them to play on the Kinect! My kids love playing on their Kinect and the new Ice Age Continental Drift Arctic Games has made for a great game to add to their collection! I love that the Kinect games get the kids up and moving, and in this game there is tons of action, adventure and fun that the kids both enjoy!!

Ice Age: Continental Drift – Arctic Games is the video game extension of the fourth installment of the Ice Age franchise, Ice Age: Continental Drift, where gamers of all ages can use teamwork or go head-to-head as Manny, Sid, Diego and their furry friends in motion controlled competition that’s fun for the whole family. When their island is set adrift in the midst of continental upheaval, Manny and the herd encounter a ragtag menagerie of seafaring pirates with a secret treasure.  Having trouble deciding on how to split the treasure evenly, they collectively decide to settle the problem through a series of off-the-wall sporting events including ski jumping, ice smashing, and glacial hopping.  Ultimately, the winner of the most events will be entitled to the prize.  As the prehistoric games begin, players must side with Manny and the herd, or the seafaring pirates to determine the fate of the riches.


This was not a paid post and honest/original opinions were used and they are my own. Thank you to the company and/or pr agency who supplied the product for review.

2 comments:

Sandy VanHoey said...

oh my gosh, I will have to tell my daughter to check this out for my grandson. He has the kinect and he would love this. Would make for a great item to put away for Christmas

Laura Lane said...

It's so cute to see the kids playing.