Microsoft moved a lot more Xbox Ones when it made the prudent business decision to offer a SKU sans Kinect for $100 cheaper. But, what about those that have found themselves saddled with Kinect regret, those that long to come home and find love from a familiar glow with just the words "Xbox on?"
Fortunately for those people, Microsoft will begin selling à la carte Xbox One Kinect sensors on October 7 for $149.99. While there's essentially a $50 penalty for adopting late, standalone sensors will come packaged with a downloadable copy of Harmonix's Dance Central Spotlight. Just don't expect it to give you straight answers when you ask it questions like "Xbox, why can't I dance?"
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