Kinect releasing in Australia on November 18

Wednesday, 1st September 2010 06:48 GMT By Patrick Garratt


Microsoft said today that Kinect will hit Australia on November 18, priced solus at A$199 (£116, $179).

As Gamespot reports, the camera will also be available in a pack with Kinect Adventures. Australian Xbox 360 group manager Jeremy Hinton confirming 15 games will be available at launch at an event today.

For A$449 (£262, $404), punters will also be able to buy a 4GB Xbox 360 Slim bundle, complete with the machine, the Kinect camera, a copy of Kinect Adventures, one controller and standard AV cables.

Microsoft has previously confirmed the machine will cost £129 in the UK, $149 in the US and €149 in mainland Europe.

The UK 4Gb console, camera and Kinect Adventures will be packaged together at £250.

It hits the US on November 4, to be followed in Europe on November 10.



  1. Crysis

    WOO! Australia! i don’t care for kinect, nothing on the horizon seems to interest me on it, as for Move, well for half the price it comes with a single controller, an Playstation eye (i need it for chatting after i lost my blue tooth headset) a game & a demo disk & it’ll cost me a further $60 if i want a second controller if i feel like being social, oddly the Dualshock3′s RRP is the same as the Move starter pack, WTF Sony >_>
    Alo to note, you Brits are paying 30 more quid than us overcharged Aussies, though right now it’s only 22 more quid than us, i’m talking the average exchange rate, right this second, 1 aussie dollar buys 57 British, eh cents? what the hell do you guys use??

    #1 4 years ago
  2. Dannybuoy

    I don’t think I’ll ever get over how ugly Kinect is. Surely someone around the table at the design meetings said something.

    #2 4 years ago

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