America's Wish List: Everyone Wants a Kinect

December 7, 2010 -

What does everyone want for [insert your holiday of choice here] ? According to TimetoPlayMag.com's annual "America’s Wish List: The Must-Have Toys, Games, and Video Games," everyone wants an Xbox Kinect. At least in the videogame category..

In October and November, TimetoPlay.com readers were asked to vote for their favorite items in 17 categories to create America’s Wish List. After the data was sifted through, the site picked the top choices, which are listed below by category, product, and manufacturer. For more information check out www.PeoplesPlayAwards.

 

 

  • Activity Toys: Crayola Glow Explosion, Crayola
  • Boys Action: Kung Zhu Pets, Cepia, LLC
  • Construction Toys: Toy Story 3 Trash Compactor Escape, LEGO Systems
  • Educational Toys: Leapster Explorer, Leapfrog
  • Fashion Dolls: Monster High Dolls, Mattel
  • Games: LEGO Games, LEGO Systems
  • Girls Toys: Zoobles, Spin Master
  • Large Dolls and Baby Dolls: Lalaloopsy, MGA Entertainment
  • Party Games: Monopoly Revolution, Hasbro
  • Preschool Toys: Bigfoot the Monster, Fisher-Price
  • Radio Control: Spy Video TRAKR, Wild Planet
  • Riding Toys: Power Wheels Smart Car, Fisher-Price
  • Sports and Outdoor Toys: Nerf N-Strike Stampede ECS Blaster, Hasbro
  • Stocking Stuffer: Silly Bandz, BCP Imports, LLC
  • Tech Toys: Paper Jamz, WowWee
  • Vehicles: Hot Wheels Toy Story 3 Cars, Mattel
  • Video Games: Xbox Kinect, Microsoft

 

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Re: America's Wish List: Everyone Wants a Kinect

I wouldn't mind getting one. I have fun with the Wii at least, and I'm eager to see what future software the Kinect gets, though Kinect is kind of a lame name.

Re: America's Wish List: Everyone Wants a Kinect

Not everyone.  I don't want one.  Motion gaming is what I wasted money on a Wii for.

Re: America's Wish List: Everyone Wants a Kinect

You want a Kinect?  Really?  Why?

What Kinect game do you find appealing enough to justify buying the hardware?

 

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