Prior to Child of Edenreleasing, I think many of us told ourselves that it'd be the game to make us buy into Kinect. If, like me, you backed down on such self promises, Microsoft has a bundle for you. Starting next week, Q-Entertainment's dreamlike rhythm game will be included with Kinect Sensor bundles.
These will also include Kinect Adventures as always, but are only going to be sold in limited quantities. Look for special packaging which denotes that a download code for Child of Eden is in the box. With The Gunstringerrapidly approaching, this seems like a decent enough time to go controller free.
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