price has remained elusive, even after Microsoft's E3 keynote, but a new GameStop listing predicts
a MSRP of $150 for the product itself -- $299 when included with an Arcade console and $399 with an Elite console. Even Kinect Adventures!
and Kinect Sports
are priced on the retailer's site: $60 each. It's as if a million gamers cringed and were suddenly disinterested.
It's hardly confirmation of Microsoft's intended price point for the device, but the $150 price point (along with the proposed bundle packages) corroborates a rumor we reported on late last month
. We've got troops on the ground at Microsoft's post-keynote session and will try to find out what we can. We'll keep you posted.
Microsoft has told us at the Xbox 360 roundtable this afternoon that they don't plan to announce a Kinect price officially this week at E3.