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Let Stephen Colbert Introduce You to the Latest Kinectimal

Posted on Tuesday, July 26 @ 11:26:19 PST by
ThreatDown - Cute Bears

Listen up, Nation. I don't need to tell you that bears aren't cute. They aren't cuddly. They aren't friendly. They would just as soon gnaw on your leg as they would steal your baby and raise it for their own. That won't stop Microsoft and your Xbox 360 from confusing your children.

Yes, it seems Bill Gates is actually
Bear Gates, no relation to Bear Grylls. This Fall will see the introduction of bears to Kinectimals, the furry, fuzzy, never-actually-touching-anything, oh-God-my-child-why-is-she-crawling-into-the-lion-cage Kinect game. The "Bear Island" DLC will be available this Fall for $14.99, or at retail by way of Kinectimals Now With Bears!

Bear witness to the terror in the new screenshots below.






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