Kinect Star Wars bundle arriving on April 3rd

Kinect Star WarsLast year it was announced that the Kinect Star Wars bundle was going to arrive in April 2012, and it looks like Microsoft will be keeping its promise. According to a recent announcement on the Major Nelson website, we now have a definite release date for the game and console bundle. The Kinect Star Wars bundle has been confirmed to be arriving on April 3rd 2012. The bundle which consists of an Xbox 360 styled to look like R2-D2 and a gamepad that is customized after C-3PO, a white Kinect and of course the Kinect Star Wars game. In the meantime while you wait for the bundle to arrive, check out a video demo of the game after the break:

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