The lights are on
Kinect has been around for two years, and it hasn't exactly delivered on Microsoft's promises of changing the way we play video games. We've used it to dance and entertain our children, but there hasn't been much to wow the hardcore crowd. Dan Ryckert and I first encountered Kinect Nat Geo TV at an E3 party, and counted the days until we could live out our fantasies of becoming crotch-chopping owls. Nat Geo didn't disappoint, as you can clearly see in this Test Chamber episode.
WARNING: Although this game is rated E10+, our look is strictly for adults. Hide the young ones.
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An average day in the office?
That may be the funniest video ever created by bears.
That is soooo wrong. I loved it!
If that ending had been any longer you guys might have killed me with laughter. My neighbors must think I am insane howling away like I just did. My throat hurts, I'm crying, good show sirs.
I laughed so hard at the end that it hurt.
Reiner is tall!
Now that's entertainment!!!
That was great guys. That game was BAD.
Funniest thing I've ever seen.
This was amazing.
I believe when bears are first born they are about the size the guy with made with his hand, but the cubs are born during hibernation. So the cubs that were shown in the video and that you would see in the nature shows are often a few months old and have grown quite a bit.
This was amazing. Please host something as owls. Anything.
I died at that ending! Dan reminds me of Conans old bear.
This is amazing.
oh man....i laughed so hard.