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Xbox 360 holiday bundles get $50 price cut

Microsoft cut the price of its 250GB and 4GB Kinect Xbox 360 bundles by $50. All holiday bundles included in the deal can be picked up at GameStop, Best Buy, Kmart, Target and Amazon. Each bundle is priced at $250 except for the standard and holiday 250GB Kinect bundles, which are $350. Most of the...

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Kinect: Disneyland Adventures launching on Nov. 15 (watch out, Halo!)

Kinect: Disneyland Adventures promises to bring Walt's whimsical park right into your living room, a quiet place devoid of souvenir shops, crowds and eternally smiling helmets. Disney says the embellished recreation of the park, constructed by Frontier Developments, will be available on November...

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Disneyland Adventures preview: Virtual Imagineering

Much like the real theme park, Disneyland Adventures isn't so much a game as it is an attraction. To be sure, the Kinect title has available mini-games, but the real meat of the experience seems to be the recreation of the park itself. Frontier Developments' David Walsh informed me that the park...

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Kinect Disneyland Adventures Minnie-game collection confirmed

During it's E3 press conference, Microsoft confirmed Disneyland Adventures. The Kinect-powered experience allows players to virtually tour the theme park and participate several mini-games. An onstage demo showed off games in which children flew through several Disney worlds, including Peter Pan...

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