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Thursday, 06 December 2012 09:38

Xbox 360 Nike+Fitness Training Bundle ships

Written by David Stellmack

Only $250 till January 5th and then upped to $300

Microsoft has released a new Xbox 360 bundle in time for the holidays. The new Nike+Fitness Training bundle arrives on dealer shelves and will carry a $250 price tag till January 5th, when the price will go up to $300.

For your $250, you get the Xbox 360 console with 4GB of flash memory built-in, Kinect, Nike+ Kinect Training title, Kinect Adventures, and 1 Month of Free Xbox Live Gold. Surprisingly, it would appear that it does not include a wireless controller as part of the package.

For those that already have Kinect and simply want the Nike+ title, Microsoft has announced that the title will be available for download digitally for $50, or 4,000 Microsoft Points, starting December 25th.

It will be interesting to see how well Microsoft is able to do with this bundle. We are not so sure that there are enough people interested in a fitness and training bundle to make it will be a big seller for Microsoft. Of course, you never know.

David Stellmack

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