Official Microsoft Kinect and Bundle Pricing Released
There have been a few leaks and plenty of speculation about how much Microsoft's Kinect motion controller for the Xbox 360 will cost, but the company ended debates today with an official announcement.
In the statement, the company revealed that the Kinect motion control system will be available for $149.99 and come with the "Kinect Adventures" game, which we had a chance to try out at E3 .
That’s just for people who already own an Xbox 360. Microsoft also has plenty of bundles available for people who want to buy and Xbox 360 and Kinect .
The new Xbox 360 console , which replaces the old Arcade version, will come with 4GB of flash memory and built-in Wi-Fi. It will be available August 3 for $199.99. It will also come in a bundle with the Kinect sensor and "Kinect Adventures" for $299.99. Microsoft did not announce any Kinect bundles that include the 250GB version of the Xbox 360.
Microsoft said that 15 Kinect-compatible will be available, including "Kinectimals," "Kinect Sports," "Kinect Joy Ride" and MTV Games' and Harmonix's "Dance Central." Kinect games will retail for $49.99.
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