Win a limited edition Star Wars Xbox Kinect and Kinect Star Wars game

11:01 31 May 2012

Win a limited edition Star Wars Xbox Kinect and Kinect Star Wars game

Win a limited edition Star Wars Xbox Kinect and Kinect Star Wars game

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The Xbox just got better with this limited edition Star Wars facelift! The console itself has an R2-D2 inspired casing whilst the wireless controller is based on C3-PO.

The Xbox bundle comes with a Kinect sensor and a copy of the new Kinect Star Wars game allowing users to play controller-free using full body motions.

This package really brings Star Wars gaming to life like never before.

Good luck and may the force...

This prize draw closes on Saturday, 30 June 2012 Terms and Conditions

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