So we have all seen what the Project Natal can do (although we are being told that we ain’t seen nothin’ yet) and it looks set to change the way that we look at gaming in the future.
Well, that’s what Microsoft is hoping for.
Microsoft want us to all add one onto our Xbox 360 and we all want to see what it can really do, so the main question then has to be: How much will it cost?
An insider (who shall not be named) has told Lazygamer.co.za that the price that is currently floating around is sitting on the rather decent amount of US $99 (which means here on shelves for around R999), although we will have to wait for an official announcement before we know for certain.
If you ask me, that really isn’t such a bad price for a “peripheral” that sets out to completely add to the Xbox 360 experience and lengthen its appeal for a while to come. There is no indication of whether or not it will come bundled with any games but we can probably assume that it will come with something similar to what Wii-Sports was for the Nintendo Wii.
How do you guys feel about the rumored pricing? Is it fair (and no, free is not fair either) or do you think that it’s still a little on the steep side?
Tell us in the comments.
Last Updated: July 17, 2009