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Sesame Street to Test Danielle’s Love of Double Fine

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If you spend any appreciable time with fellow NHS writer Danielle, you know that her love of Double Fine is so large as to defy conventional love measuring methods. With the recent announcement that the creators of such wonderful games as Psychonauts and Costume Quest are making a Sesame Street game for Kinect, one has to wonder if Danielle will break down and buy a Kinect to play it. Truth be told, I think this is an excellent move on Double Fine’s part as they have a very well tuned eye for children’s material, as displayed in Costume Quest, as well as the design chops to make a children’s game that has gameplay weight to it. Plus, if it gets Double Fine into more people’s homes, then I’m all for it. Danielle, if you need some kids this fall to play the game while you watch, I’d be happy to lend you mine for a weekend, or a month, or hell, until they go to college. Call me.

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Brandon

Brandon loves games, which shouldn't be a surprise given where you're reading this. He has written for GameShark, The Escapist and G4, and made them all less relevant as a result.

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