Did you know you can get an XBox for as little as $99? I was surprised too! And the 4GB XBox with Kinect is also $99. And the 250 GB is also $99. The 250 GB with Kinect is $149. These deals are part of the XBox for Kinect “Entertainment for All” sale.
But, that is not all…all of their award-winning family games with Kinect are also available at steep discounts in time for the holidays. Here’s a quick rundown of some of the most celebrated games for kids at the best prices ever.
For less than $20:
- Kinect Sports: A previous winner of a Parent’s Choice award, this game is one to get the kids off the couch and moving even in the gloomy winter weather. << My sports-playing family LOVED this game!
- Dance Central: There are now three seasons of this amazingly fun game, but season one is just as hilariously fun as the others and a steal in stores right now! << The kids loved seeing themselves on the big screen!
- Kinectimals: Also a former winner of the Parent’s Choice gold award and a hit for the youngest gamers in your household and its sequel “Kinectimals Now With Bears” is available for the same incredible price. << My rough and tumble kid is more of an action game fan, but he LOVED Kinectimals. And I loved watching him pretend to be the animals in the game. So cute watching him learn how to move his body to get the animal where he needed to go. << I picked up a couple of the Kinectimals Build-a-Bear Workshop bears (you can also get an FAO SChwartz Kinectimals Bear, too) at a blogging event…so cute and cuddly to play with or use as you play the game.
- Kinect Disneyland Adventures: Another Parent’s Choice Gold Award winner, this game will bring the magic of Disneyland into your living room letting your kids explore the park through the magic of Kinect. << My “style” of role-playing gaming is to move about on screen whichever way I can and not worry about what happens next. Not the most skillful way of playing but I have fun. My son ROARED with laughter watching me play this game. Even I was laughing at how many times I fell off a bridge or in to a large hole.
Less than $30:
- Kinect Sesame Street TV [Rated EC for Early Childhood] is one of two new 2-way TV experiences from Xbox and was honored with a Silver Award in The National Parenting Publications Awards (NAPPA)’s Virtual category which will be released on Nov. 1 site. The title was also selected by Time to Play gaming editor Jeff McKinney as one of the four titles to appear on their Holiday 2012 Most Wanted Video Games list and is currently nominated for Time to Play’s 2012 People’s Play Awards. Winners are chosen by votes on the Time to Play site and announced in December. << Read my review of the Kinect Sesame Street TV game and get a chance to win the game!
- Kinect Nat Geo TV, the second of Xbox’s recent 2-way TV experiences, just won a Golden Panda award in the New Media category at the Recent Wildscreen Festival and will help your kids learn about the wildlife of North America without leaving the living room. No more passive TV watching!
- Kinect Rush: A Disney·Pixar Adventure: Rated E for Everyone and recently recognized with Silver Honors in the Parent’s Choice Awards Video Game category and received The National Parenting Center Seal of Approval for Fall 2012.
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