Submitted by mathsman 1027d ago | news

New Xbox 360 Bundle Revealed

Designed as a step into the world of Xbox through a different path than action videogames and family packages, the Nike+ Kinect Training Xbox 360 bundle is certain to perform well at retail this winter. (Casual games, Nike Plus Kinect Training, Xbox 360)

mcstorm  +   1027d ago
Should be interesting to see how well the Nike+ game sells as they have started pushing it on the TV here in the UK.

I cant get into the fitness games like this no matter how fit I want to get. I don't even like the Gym. For me Dance central and Kinect sports are my choice or going for a Skate.
iHeartHelloKitty  +   1027d ago
More garbage...no free month Xbox Live probably. No actual good games included. Kinect even worse still trying to sell that crap.
JBSleek  +   1027d ago
Such hate. Why?
CommonSenseGamer  +   1027d ago
Kinect is great, just like EyeToy was on PS2. Both provide hours of FAMILY fun.

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