Warner Bros. and Sesame Workshop have partnered to create Sesame Street games for consoles including Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, reports AP. The pair aim to make educational games targeted to preschool age children. Warner s game marketing head Russel Arons said the publisher hopes to create games that use the motion controllers coming to both systems later this year. AP says the deal to collaborate on games comes three months after Warner Bros. partnered with Sesame Workshop to distribute Sesame Street home videos. The news outlet points out that the last game based on Sesame Street was Bonsai Entertainment’s 2001 title Sesame Street Sports, with the license more prolific on game platforms in the 1980s and 1990s. Read more from AP.