While it wasn't exactly entertaining to see during Microsoft's 2012 E3 press conference, I have a feeling Nike+ Kinect Training will do just fine for itself. The fitness game will be releasing in the United States on October 30 for $49.99, it was announced today.
Additionally, Microsoft has details on two other Kinect games. Both Kinect Sesame Street TV and Kinect Nat Geo TV are due out on September 18 for $29.99 each. Described as two-way TV experiences aimed at younger audiences, these will also be available digitally. The retail copies include eight 30-minute episodes, or you can individually purchase episodes for 400 Microsoft Points on Xbox Live.
So, yeah -- probably not anything to get excited about for a good portion of you, but I know we have some parents and Kinect-owning exercisers in the audience.
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