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Sesame Street: Once Upon a Monster Officially Announced, Developed By Double Fine

Posted on Monday, June 6 @ 10:48:13 Eastern by Sebastian_Moss

When Sesame Street: Once Upon a Monster was first leaked by Microsoft, I wasn't impressed at all and was far more concerned about Halo. That changed when Tim Schafer took to the stage and revealed he would be developing the title.

Schafer said, "For the first time i could say [to my kid] that i was making a game for her."

He then showed a man and child playing the game with Kinect support in an Elmo and Cookie Monster mini-game.


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