Deepak Chopra's Leela

Deepak Chopra's Leela (Xbox 360)

2011

System
Xbox 360
Publisher
THQ
Developer
Curious Pictures

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Game Rating

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Our Review: 6/10

Overview

Number of Players
Single Player
Genre
Relaxation
Release Date

Xbox 360

  • 8th Nov 2011 (USA)
  • 11th Nov 2011 (UK/EU)
Controller Support
Kinect

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Reviews

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    Xbox 360

    Review Deepak Chopra's Leela

    Take a deep breath

    Kinect's incessant insistence that you get up and thrash about isn't to everyone's liking, but is a fact of motion control all the same: many developers prefer to paint with broad brush strokes, getting the general idea right rather than attempt finer detail and end up going outside the lines. Deepak Chopra's Leela uses more...

About The Game

Deepak Chopra brings meaning to video games with Leela, an interactive journey of the mind and body...

Deepak Chopra, the internationally renowned author and expert on mind-body wellness, brings his extraordinary creativity, insight and philosophies to an entirely new milieu this fall: video game consoles.

Deepak Chopra's Leela, developed by Curious Pictures and published by THQ, is an extraordinary journey into the self that is scheduled to debut in November on Kinect™ for Xbox 360® and on Wii™, blending ancient philosophies with the newest home-entertainment technology.

Breaking the boundaries of what has ever been created for video-game systems, Leela is not a game. It is a one-of-a-kind experience that invokes whole-body movement with meditation and breathing techniques to relax, stretch and control both body and spirit. In Sanskrit, "leela" means "play" - a concept vital to mind-body wellness.

At its foundation is the concept of the Seven Chakras, spiritual energy centers inside every human being. When these ever-spinning Chakras are aligned, the result is greater well-being, opening new avenues of possibility and personal fulfillment. Seven individual stages of Leela focus on these Chakras - each offering successively more challenging experiences. Each area uses a different section of the body, and as each section is mastered, players have a greater understanding of how to bring these energy centers into alignment. There is no traditional winning or losing in Leela, just as there really is no beginning and end - Leela moves at an individual’s pace, and its only aim is to instill an inner sense of harmony and accomplishment.

"The medium of interactive video games is enormously rich and filled with creative opportunity that has barely been tapped," says Chopra, who, along with Curious Pictures, spent more than two years conceptualizing Leela. "There are many people who practice yoga and meditation who have video-game systems in their homes, but they rarely use them – but these are powerful devices, capable of creating wonderful experiences. I hope anyone who explores Leela will feel enriched by what we’ve created."

On Kinect™ for Xbox 360®, Leela also incorporates "Stillness Meditation," an activity that - for the first time ever - utilizes Kinect technology to display a real-time graphical representation of breathing, offering gentle feedback and guidance for a number of deep-breathing exercises.

Each person who experiences Leela will also have an opportunity to create a personalized "mandala," or visual representation of the inner self. No two can possibly be alike, and each one reflects the beauty, nature, senses and imagination of the individual.

Whether experienced for two minutes or two hours at a time, whether utilized once a week or three times a day, Leela is an utterly unique concept that offers an interactive experience available only on video game consoles this fall from THQ and Deepak Chopra. To learn more about Deepak Chopra's Leela, visit www.deepakchopraleela.com.