Didn’t get to check out Microsoft’s Kinect motion sensing controller at E3? If you want to give it a try before deciding whether to drop your hard-earned cash for this, you could always pop by one of the four Microsoft stores in the US, where they currently have the Kinect for users to test (read: play with). In case you’re wondering, the stores are in San Diego, Arizona, California, and Colorado. Microsoft hasn’t officially confirmed the price of the Kinect just yet, but the smart money is that it’ll be priced at $149.
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