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Child of Eden, other Ubi Kinect games for $30 at GameStop

If you let the recent $35 Child of Eden deal at Amazon pass you buy, you made what is, in retrospect, a shrewd move, because now you can get it for $30. The discount is part of a Kinect sale going on at GameStop through July 20, which brings four other Ubisoft Kinect games down to $30,...

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Amazon: Buy a Kinect Sensor, receive 50% off 'select game'

Amazon is currently offering a "select game" for 50 percent off when you buy a Kinect sensor. Yes, the word "select" should scare you a bit. The selection the online retailer is offering up features a couple solid workout games, but the rest is the C-team of Kinect titles. Your choices include...

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ESRB: Ubisoft working out 'Fit in Six' exercise game for Wii and PS3

Ubisoft may not have said anything officially, but the ESRB seems to think that the publisher is coming out with another piece of exercise software to keep the various Your Shape and Gold's Gym titles company, this one entitled Fit in Six. According to the rating board's description, the title...

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Dance Central tops Kinect's November software sales in US

Dance Central, Harmonix's full-body dance title for Kinect, cha-cha-chinged with sales in November. According to NPD, the game was #11 in overall sales for the month and the top-selling Kinect game as a SKU. Of course, by units, Kinect Adventures moved the most copies, as it was bundled with the...

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Your Shape stretches workout repertoire with new DLC

Good news for fitness fanatics getting bored with the workout fare included on the Your Shape: Fitness Evolved disc: two new workouts are now available on Xbox Live Marketplace. The Toned Body Program and Cardio Boxing Platinum can be downloaded for 320 MS Points ($3) and 400 MS Points ($5)...

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Your Shape getting 12 different DLC packs, first due in 'early December'

Next month, Ubisoft begins a full-on Your Shape: Fitness Evolved DLC strategy by offering its first of 12 planned fitness program packs throughout the first half of 2011. This first content pack, which will be available in "early December," includes the "Body Toning Program" and "Cardio Boxing...

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Your Shape Fitness Evolved review: More work than workout

The original Your Shape for Wii was marketed primarily as a post partum pudge-buster with new mom Jenny McCarthy leading the fitness charge, but left a lot of players cold. Now, with the advent of Kinect, the game has evolved and Jenny McCarthy has been replaced with generic fitness girl and...

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Xbox 360 Fancast 185 -- Richard Draper Goes to Memphis

While Richard is away, Alexander and Dave will play. Tune in for more discussion on Castlevania: Lords of Shadow, our proposed X3F Flab-Off and some discussion on the September NPDs. Grab the latest episode via your preferred means below and jump past the break for this week's links. [iTunes]...

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North American Kinect launch window games rounded up

When you get your shiny new Kinect, what games will you get with it? Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb has provided a handy guide to the full Kinect launch lineup -- including launch day games and those arriving soon after. If you wagered there would be four sports minigame collections (Kinect Sports, Deca...

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Your Shape: Fitness Evolved introduces 'Your Shape Center' portal

One of the ways Your Shape: Fitness Evolved plans on keeping players motivated and encouraging interactivity is with the Your Shape Center, an online portal that not only provides feedback on your own progress but allows players to motivate each other through custom challenges. An example given was...

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