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Friday, 27 April 2012 07:05

U.K. to get Union Jack 360

Written by David Stellmack

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An interesting looking offering

Microsoft will be bringing a Special Edition Xbox 360 4GB Kinect bundle out for those in the U.K. The Union Jack Special Edition, which will be called the Xbox 360 4G Celebration Pack, will arrive on May 25th.

The Kinect bundle will include the console, one wireless Xbox 360 controller, Kinect sensor, headset, 3 months of Xbox Live, and two included titles. The two bundled titles are Kinect Adventures and Kinect Sports.

The console itself, the controller, and the Kinect sensor are all painted with the Union Jack theme. Apparently, the release of the Celebration Pack comes ahead of The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee on June 2nd. Our sources tell us that this (as you might guess) will be a U.K.-only release and Microsoft has no plans to release it outside of the U.K.


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