Amazon Instant Video has been gracing PS3 users with its presence for a while, leaving Xbox 360 users cold, alone, and frightened. Well, that's all about to change with the news that Amazon Instant has gatecrashed the Xbox Live party, and is available right now.
Boasting all the features available elsewhere, Instant will also work with your Kinect, if you're one of the few people who seem to think that voice commands are quicker than just hitting a button. As you might expect, an Xbox Live Gold account is required, because that's how Microsoft pretends to offer a competitive service.
Instant is alright. It has Little Britain on it, for one. Worth watching the first two seasons of, before it became terrible.
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