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Microsoft unveils holiday bundles for Xbox 360

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 13 Oct 2013 11:46 User comments (3)

Microsoft unveils holiday bundles for Xbox 360 As they do every year, Microsoft has unveiled new Xbox 360 holiday bundles for the U.S.
Microsoft has confirmed it will support the Xbox 360 for three more years, and there will be at least 100 new games released for the console in that time period.

The bundles are as follows:

250GB Holiday Bundle

The Xbox 360 250GB Holiday Value Bundle features two great games, Halo 4 and Tomb Raider, and 1 Month of Xbox Live Gold for a limited time this Holiday. Price: $299.99

4GB Kinect Holiday Bundle

The Xbox 360 4GB Kinect Holiday Value Bundle features two great games, Kinect Sports 2 and Kinect Adventures. It also includes 1 Month of Xbox Live Gold. Price: $299.99

250GB Kinect Holiday Bundle

The Xbox 360 250GB Kinect Holiday Value Bundle features three great games, Kinect Sports 2, Kinect Adventures, and Forza Horizon. It also includes 1 Month of Xbox Live Gold. Price: $399.99


Despite the MSRP, Xbox Live boss Major Nelson says retailers will be offering $50 off each bundle from October 13 until January 4, 2014.

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3 user comments

113.10.2013 13:52

Given new gen tech is out those prices are horrible. I expected better holiday prices than that (or at least more value): with maybe that current price model as a stand-in after the holiday rush. As a consumer this turns me off, as a gamer this is an insult. Sony - your turn.

I won't even factor Nintendo, as they already disappointed me on a collector's stand point with Wii-U Zelda bundle.

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213.10.2013 18:52

So long as farcry 4 comes out for it in the next year or so i'll be happy,however i appreciate better support this time for the console


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315.10.2013 2:53

The fact that there will only give the 360 support for another three years instantly puts me off from getting one. YES three years is quite a long time, but I expect support to be there for as long as Microsoft are around.


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