Microsoft won't budge on the line that Xbox 360 Kinect pricing has yet to be determined, despite all the major US games retailers lining up behind a $149 price point.
As noted by Joystiq, Amazon, Best Buy, GameStop and Walmart all want $149 or thereabouts to pre-order the add-on.
Meanwhile, the Twitter feed for Microsoft's Aaron Greenberg has turned into a mixture of Foursquare posts, banter and occasional reiterations of, "No Kinect price announced yet, retail price estimates are purely speculative, final price & pack-in details are not yet determined."
Over in the UK, Amazon and Play list Kinect but don't mention a price, while GAME insists, "No pricing has been announced."
Microsoft has said that Kinect will be out in the US on 4th November and will be released worldwide soon after.