Microsoft and Lucas Arts team up to release the Microsoft Kinect Star Wars Xbox 360
Chris Pratt from “Parks and Recreation” and “Money ball” dons a brown bath robe to play the part of Obi-Wan Kenobi to fight against Darth Vader in the XboX Kinect commercial: Duel. (see below)The commerical spoofs the classic Light Saber battle between Darth Vader and Obi-Wan in Star Wars Episode IV “A New Hope”.
Microsoft XboX Kinect Star Wars
The Xbox 360 Limited Edition Kinect Star Wars bundle promises to have hours of immersive game play. You will be the envy of everyone in the Galaxy…ok, maybe your block with this custom RD-2D Console that is both sleek and stylish. The controller looks like C-3PO’s personal controller with its reflective gold case and colored buttons. The amazing Star Wars Video game allows you to use the Force, like never before in hours of immersive game play. The console boasts a large 320GB hard disk with plenty of disk space to hold all your favorite games. Star Wars fans and Xbox fans alike are sure to love this game.
Use the FORCE
…as train to become a Jedi Master using your Light Saber to fight other players, mastering the Force using Force Moves, piloting a one of the most iconic ships in the Star Wars Universe, get on a Speeder Bike, become a champion Pod Racer and so much more. Share your experience with other players through Co-Op, Competitive or Duel modes. All of this WITHOUT a controller!
Suggested MSRP: $449.00
Exclusively on: Xbox 360
Rated: T for Teen, Mild Language, Suggestive Themes, Violence
Developer/Co-Developer: Terminal Reality / LucasArts
Local Play: 2 Co-op
Xbox 360 Limited Edition Kinect Star Wars Bundle Specs:
- Console with custom artwork - Kinect sensor with custom artwork
- 1 gold controller – 320GB HDD - Kinect Adventures - Wired Headset
- LIVE Token for bonus content - Standard Kinect Star Wars Game
- Custom sounds when the console is turned on and when the Eject button is pushed
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