Xbox 360 250GB Console with Kinect Announced
SYDNEY, Australia. - September 9, 2010 - On Nov. 18 be among the first to get Kinect for Xbox 360 with the Xbox 360 250GB with Kinect. This package includes the Xbox 360 250GB console, a Kinect sensor and "Kinect Adventures" (check the classification closer to launch date) for $549.00 RRP* (AUD) Set up controller-free entertainment in your home with the glossy black 250GB console that boasts 802.11n built-in Wi-Fi, an internal removable 250GB hard drive and touch sensitive controls. Plug in the Kinect Sensor to the dedicated port on the console and load "Kinect Adventures" where you can float in outer space, experience the thrill of roaring rapids and tackle mountaintop obstacle courses. Enjoy controller-free fun with any of the more than 15 games launching with Kinect and experience new ways to enjoy your favorite entertainment.
Xbox 360 paired with Kinect has something for everyone. Play an exciting game of soccer in "Kinect Sports," (Rated G) go for the ride of your lives with the massive jumps and full-body stunts in "Kinect Joy Ride," (check the classification closer to launch date) or adopt a pet tiger cub with "Kinectimals" (G) Get the most out of your morning workout with "Your Shape: Fitness Evolved" (G). Your virtual trainer will help you meet your specific fitness goals by providing feedback on your form in the comfort your own living room. Gather friends for a dance party, or work on your own moves one step at a time with "Dance Central" by MTV Games and Harmonix (check the classification closer to launch date). Spend quality time with friends and family around the world through Video Kinect**. Watch your favorite movies on Xbox LIVE, all with the wave a hand.
Kinect for Xbox 360 will take to the global stage once again at the Tokyo Game Show next week to reveal even more new controller-free games and experiences never before possible.
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