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Xbox 360 4GB Console with Kinect Holiday Value
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- Xbox 360 S Console
- Kinect Sensor
- Kinect: Disneyland Adventures game
- Kinect Adventures game
- Xbox 360 Wireless Controller
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Platform: 4GB with Kinect Holiday Value Bundle | Edition: Standard
Top Customer Reviews
Kinect adventures and Disneyland Adventures are both great games (Kinect sports are great too), I paid full price for the Kinect bundle and Disneyland Adventures when they each came out and they are both worth it if you have young kids (mine are both under 5). There are plenty of horrible games (I'm looking at you, Star Wars Kinect and Sonic Racers Kinect) but just play the demos before you buy.
Via Amazon's lightning deals, I was able recently to get a great price on the Xbox and Kinect packaged deal. We received the Xbox today and immediately started playing (very easy setup) one of the dancing games. It is seriously a fun game, we played for a couple hours.
When we finished, I started poking around with the other features of the Xbox. What I quickly found is that the Xbox is fairly worthless for any other feature other than games unless you want to drop another $10 a month (or $100/year) on the Gold service. You can't even use Netflix unless you pay this monthly fee - on TOP of what you already pay Netflix. And to top it off, you can't even use Internet Explorer without the "Gold" Service. It's not much, it's just more the principle of the matter when you can use Netflix on every other device for free.
Anyway, I highly recommend the Xbox if you only want to play games and use the Kinect. For any other service, use the PS3, Roku, Wii, any basic media streaming device, etc etc etc. They're all free to use!
Other than that, Xbox 360 is still amazing. Even after 7 years since its launch.
CONS: VERY VERY *FEW* "FAMILY/KID" friendly games overall, and the ones for the Kinect seem to only be dance/exercise (girly) or toddler focused. I would conservatively guess that 90% of the games on Xbox are rated "M" either based on violence or "adult themes/sex" (I happen to CARE about what my child "plays", can't say the same for those buying "M" games for their 7 or 8 year olds!). The fact that there are some really good racing games, the cost of a steering wheel/foot pedal combo is still around $200 shows that racing games are not their focus (I had that with my PS2 for only $90!)
PROS: Great graphics, online gameplay (WITH an additional purchase of an Xbox Live account for each player-seems dumb at first, but, if you have a "tween" son whom, when he has sleepovers, they mainly like to play video games together-this allows them to chat/play together virtually even if they don't live near each other-my son can play online with his cousin who lives in another state), games utilizing the Kinect FORCE you to move and actually put you IN the game.Read more ›
If the hope is to use this as more than a video game machine... or you don't mind paying twice for Prime or Netflix... then this is for you... if you are looking for a more rounded media content device go with PS3 - or maybe Wii U will be even better.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Upset with this purchase, was bought as a Christmas gift, used once and stopped working, has an internal problem. Read morePublished 12 days ago by julia m foster soto
this gaming system was a huge hit with our kids for Christmas. If you have trouble with the game sensor just reset or recalibrate. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Laurie Campbell