Those who haven't had fun with a Wii yet, thinking them too kiddie, won't have to fork out for a new Xbox as the motion sensing technology will soon be on your desktop or TV
on 06/28/2010 – Made popular on 06/28/2010
Microsoft has released pricing for the Xbox 360 Kinect motion and voice sensing controller. Arriving before Christmas and packaged with a game, Microsoft is going aggressive with its controllerless push. News also of a new 4GB Xbox 360 Arcade model hitting the market.
Despite Microsoft’s Xbox Kinect and Sony’s Playstation Move, Nintendo’s original motion sensing Wii is still a force to be reckoned with, as is Nintendo’s main mascot Mario, whose “Super Mario All-Stars” 25th Anniversary Edition is set to come down under, probably sooner rather than later, but will the Red Wii and DSi XL follow too?
The Wii 2, Wii2, Wii II, Wii HD, Wiiii or something else entirelii, the world has waited impatiently for a successor to Nintendo’s ground-breaking motion-sensing sensation, especially now its two major competitors have finally joined the motion sensing bandwagon.
I have a almost brand new Xbox 360 Slim 250GB with Kinect. It comes with 3 controllers, 2 quick charge adapters, HDMI cable, and 3 games, Motion Sports, Kinect Adventures, and Need For Speed: Most wanted. I don't have the box or instructions. Never been modded either. Asking $340/obo, no trades, PM me with questions or offers
Microsoft changes its stance on “hacking” the Xbox 360’s new Kinect motion controller, saying that taking and interpreting the output from a USB connection is not hacking, whereas breaking into the Kinect’s algorithms or making physical hardware changes is.