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Wednesday, 02 November 2011 09:10

Kinect gets holiday bundle

Written by David Stellmack

Microsoft KinectLogo

Three titles plus Kinect for $150

Microsoft has announced that starting today, they will be shipping a Kinect holiday bundle. The bundle includes the Kinect hardware plus three full titles for the same $150 price tag.

While the titles could vary by region, we know that the North American Kinect holiday bundle will include Kinect Adventures, The Gunstringer and Fruit Ninja. Kinect Adventures will be included on disc, while The Gunstringer and Fruit Ninja will be included as download tokens. The additional two titles represent an additional savings of as much as $50.

It is difficult to say how much of an impact adding The Gunstringer and Fruit Ninja to the bundle will make. The good news is that The Gunstringer and Fruit Ninja are two solid Kinect titles that are almost must haves for Kinect owners. Still, if you have not purchased a Kinect sensor yet, this surely does provide some additional incentive to do so.


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