Microsoft has announced a new Kinect Sensor Bundle which will come with Kinect Adventures and a download code for Child of Eden. It will run you the same as usual, around $149.00 give or take between retailers, and will start hitting stores next week in all Xbox Live regions, except Japan since Child of Eden has not been released there. This bundle will be available in limited quantities and while supplies.
Further details on the open world functions Dynasty Warriors 9 were announced today alongside a release date.
As well as extra content, Arcade Edition’s tweaked menus cut down on the waiting between matches.
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Child Of Eden
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Rez and Lumines creator Tetsuya Mizuguchi has expressed an interest in returning to game development after leaving Q Entertainment in 2013 to pursue other interests.
Xbox 360 Holiday Bundles and a limited $50 promotion are listed through various US retailers such as Best Buy, GameStop, Amazon, Target, Toys ‘R Us and Walmart.
The Microsoft Store is offering a 4GB Xbox 360S, Kinect, Kinect Adventures, Kinect Sports Season 2, 12 months of Xbox Live Gold, three months of Hulu Plus, a media remote and an HDMI cable, all for $300. That’s a saving of $175, apparently. Thanks, Joystiq.
Kinect Sensor Bundle