Xbox 360 4GB with Kinect Nike+ Bundle
- Xbox 360 S Console
- Kinect Sensor
- Nike+ Kinect Training game
- Kinect Adventures game
- Built-in Wi-Fi
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Xbox 360 gives you great games and entertainment, and now for a limited time get fit with an Xbox 360, Kinect Sensor and Nike + Kinect Training all in one package. With the largest portfolio of games, Xbox 360 has something for everyone - from classic titles to the biggest blockbusters. And built-in Wi-Fi makes it quick and easy to take your Xbox 360 online to play with friends wherever they are. You also get access to tons of great entertainment on Xbox LIVE, like HD movies, TV shows, live sports, and your favorite music. Entertainment is more amazing with Xbox.
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The product arrived with a branding sleeve over the bundle box which was slightly torn and the console box itself had several security seals all around (leading one to believe it was opened and repackaged *several* times). The bundle box itself was a bit dirty, read differently it lacked the shine of a new box. Inside the box, some of the papers were bent and out of place. This is NOT what I expected when I ordered a new item. I did not feel like challenging the condition so I opened the box and enjoyed having an XBOX 360. For the price I paid, I was not happy and that is where one star goes.
Inside the box I had one controller, batteries, Kinect Adventures, Nike+, Kinect sensor, console and Kinect cables (no HDMI), the console, and various papers, flyers, and a free Live code. There is no headset, controller chatpad, or Kinect TV mount either which I knew I would order later. Setup of the console hardware was very simple and the first-run wizard was fairly self-explanatory. There are steps where you may want a computer and one where you would want others to step away while you slowly enter your profile password with the D-pad. Xbox SmartGlass is a nice companion smartphone app that can help here.
The Kinect will indeed need a decent amount of floor space at minimum. I have not placed the Kinect above my TV to see if it will make any difference but the sensor does move on its own. The setup of the Kinect is easy and once you have it working, the sensor does function well for its intended purpose. It is not a perfect device and it has its quirks but all things considered, its okay. From two feet above the ground and inches away from the TV and its speakers, the sensor does have problems picking up floor movements.
Once you have everything setup, the storage space limitation is very obvious from the start. You will need a slim USB drive to fix this. Additionally, what did bother me was the requirement of Gold membership to access Internet Explorer and other apps on the system. There are plenty of apps one can download to extend the XBOX into an informal TV. For an older console, the software didn't have anything particular that stood out once you understand where things are and what certain menu functions rely on.
Kinect Adventures is a very limited game, geared to young kids, to the point where I would call it "a fun game to demo the Kinect". You will get some exercise, but nothing more. I ended up getting Forza 4 to give purpose to the gaming side of XBOX which I thought Kinect Adventures might handle by mini-games.
Nike+ is a very solid workout at home game. It will definitely make you sweat and 'feel the burn'. There are a few limitations I would like to point out. The Kinect sensor/game programming has trouble reading floor exercises and a few times reps won't count and/or incorrect postures are dismissed and counted instead of corrected. The main problem with this game is it does not allow flexibility for those who may have trouble coordinating with the onscreen trainer and verbal hints the first several times. Instead, it just moves on after certain time has elapsed. Also, if the trainee is exhausted and unable to match with the game, the workout is not altered and the game is unable to respond to such a scenario. Again, skipping instead of adapting. I will stress that anyone who wants to workout at home with this game should be coordinated and relatively fit and common judgement should be higher than sticking to the workout. Honesty in the exercises will go a long way and using knee padding will help avoid pain in the long run. In other regards, the game does adjust to the player's abilities somewhat and keeps reasonably good track of the movements and progress overall.
I do feel I will get some form of result from this scheme. I took off another star here because Nike+ can't adapt to exhaustion, does not stop for less than sharp trainees to coordinate with trainer's tutorial pace, and does not contain anything less active or explosive for the older audience.
If I had to recommend this bundle, I would probably only do so if the price (under $200 for me) was right but I do feel this a good starting point to get active.
The warranties are:
Xbox 360 console: One year
Original Xbox 360 console with three flashing red lights or error E74: Three years from the console purchase date (not applicable to the Xbox 360 E console or Xbox 360 S console)
Kinect sensor: One year
Accessories: 90 days
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I purchased this on September 28 2013 which is not a year from right now and they say my equipment is not covered anymore.
I'm the only one in the house using the Nike+ program, but I really like it. Tracking is great except for one exercise. I've been consistently using it for about 3 weeks, and I'm definitely already slimming down and getting more toned.
Much cheaper than the Xbox One and with way more titles for the kinect. And although the 360 has been around for a number of years, they'll be releasing new titles for it for a few more years.
I find the Nike+ program to be pretty simple to follow although it's not my cup of tea.
All in all, I'm very satisfied with the purchase although I may have had unreasonable expectations for its use when I bought it.