Microsoft has officially announced its first Kinect bundle as it prepares to do battle with Sony’s PlayStation Move controller in the autumn.
Arriving on November 10th, gamers can pay £299.99 for the Xbox 360 Kinect sensor, Kinect Adventures and the new 250GB Xbox 360 console.
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Over in the US, an identical Xbox 360 Kinect bundle is set to cost $399.99 (£257), and will launch six days earlier on November 6th.
In other Kinect news, the next Dr Kawashima Brain Training game is set to launch for Microsoft’s controller-free peripheral after footage of the game was shown off at a Microsoft Xbox 360 media briefing in Japan.
According to site Videogamer, the game which currently goes by the name ‘the New Brain Training Where You Answer With Your Body’ will accompany Kinect on its launch in Japan. You can check the Brain Training Kinect video below. If you are still a little bamboozled by all things Kinect, check out our exclusive look inside Xbox 360 Kinect.
Posted by Michael Sawh