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Kinect Bundle Now Comes with Child of Eden

Posted on Tuesday, August 30 @ 13:02:55 PST by

Microsoft has just announced an all-new Kinect for Xbox 360 bundle that will be available in limited quantities. The new bundle, is almost exactly the same as the old bundle that featured Kinect Adventures and a Kinect. But now, it also includes Child of Eden, as you may have been able to tell from the title of this article or from the image above.

Child of Eden, despite getting decent review scores (Nick liked it), tanked on the sales charts. This new bundle will help move copies of the game that are sitting around collecting dust. 

The bundle has got special packaging, but remains at the same price as not-this-bundle Kinect bundles, so double and triple check the packaging to make sure it includes the second, free game. Kinect Adventures is decent and all, but two games is always better than one.

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Related Games:   Child of Eden, Kinect Adventures
Tags:   Xbox 360, Kinect
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