Microsoft has priced its Kinect motion-sensing controller at $150 with a free a game.
The system - which is slated to hit store shelves in November - will also be available in a $300 bundle that includes an Xbox 360 "Slim" and a Kinect Adventures game.
Wal-Mart has announced a $200 Kinect bundle for Microsoft’s Xbox 360.
The package deal - which is now available for pre-order - includes the Kinect sensor, a $30 gift card and one of the following games:
Sony's motion controller for the PS3 has already climbed into the top 10 video game items at ToysRUs.com, encouraging a strong beginning for the inventive PS3 controller.
DFC Intelligence believes the Xbox 360 may have "some" good years left, but estimates the console is on the "downside" of its lifecycle - despite the advent of Microsoft's Kinect platform.
Peter Molyneux, the man behind such high-concept video games as Black & White and Fable, says that Sony's Playstation Move is not really distinguishable from the Wii's motion controls.
Want to take Chevy's Volt for a virtual spin? Well, now you can - with Microsoft's Kinect for the Xbox 360.
Microsoft has claimed that its Xbox 360 console is "technically" ready for 3D-enabled content.
The Kinect is likely to be a big hit with casual gamers, but will it appeal to Microsoft's core Xbox 360 audience?
It's been a year of hype, a year of hope, and a year of Xbox fanboy imagination run rampant, but now that Microsoft's motion-controlled camera is actually heading to the real world, the result is quite underwhelming.
Microsoft has debuted a slimmed down version of its popular Xbox 360 console at E3 2010 in Los Angeles.
The $300 system features integrated Wi-Fi, a 250 GB hard drive, wireless controller, headset, HDMI input, USB flash drive storage capabilities and a one-year warranty.
Microsoft has officially launched its controller-free motion sensing device. Previously known as Project Natal, it now has a proper name: Kinect.