To further the Kinectimals fun this year, a new range of interactive plush toys is now available. Incorporating Microsoft Tag (mtag) technology, the new plush toys can be scanned by the Kinect for Xbox 360 sensor to unlock magical new ‘Kinectimals’ game characters and content.
The new ‘Kinectimals’ White Tiger, African Lion, Asiatic Cheetah, Bornean Clouded Leopard and Iberian Lynx are now available at Toys “R” Us, GAME and Smyths Toys for ERP £9.99. Future ‘Kinectimals’ plush toy releases will continue to include some of the world’s most exotic animals, such as the Canadian Lynx and Saber-Toothed Cat. Additionally, limited collector’s editions of the ‘ Kinectimals’ game (packaged with a seven-inch plush toy for £44.99 ERP), is also now available at select retailers.
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