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Pre-order Xbox in the States

Costs between $600 and $1,200

If you live in the States you can already pre-order an Xbox. Although the console won't launch until November, American e-tailer GameStop is offering a number of bundles based on Microsoft's dream machine, the cheapest of which (the "Bronze Bundle") clocks in at $599. To be fair it's no slouch though, featuring the console, two controllers, DVD remote, memory card and three games; Halo, Oddworld: Abe's Odyssey and Dead or Alive 3. Moving up the scale you can buy Xbox Silver, Platinum, Gold and Ultimate bundles, with the latter clocking in at $1,199 with 14 games, a bunch of accessories and a partridge in a pear tree. All the deals feature one year's extended warranty, but unfortunately us Europeans can't order from GameStop. They put a Stop to that one a while ago. If you fancy swooning over the wares on offer though, head here, surely the first of a large number of pre-order sites to spring up as Xbox hysteria unravels. Related Feature - Microsoft farting around

Source - MCV

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