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|15th June 2010, 17:07||#1|
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Microsoft's Kinect listed at $149
It was quite interesting to see that Microsoft didn't say a word on the pricing of its motion gaming system, but fortunatelly for all of us, Gamestop was kind enough to list it at US $149 for the stand-alone Kinect or as a part of Elite and Arcade bundle.
Of course, we are still talking about pre-orders as the launch date is November 4th, but at least we have some idea about the price since Microsoft wasn't keen on talking about it. In addition to the US $149 for the standalone device, Gamestop has listed the Arcade and Elite bundles as well. The Elite bundle is listed at US $399.99 while the Arcade bundle version will be sold for US $299.99.
|15th June 2010, 23:09||#2|
I don't understand why they changed the name ot Natal into Kinect ... Natal was a much cooler name, and much easier to pronounce.
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