The Limited Edition Star Wars Xbox 360 bundle console announced last week costs £350.

Amazon.co.uk lists the Star Wars Xbox 360 for £349.99.

Its high price comes with high storage – the Star Wars Xbox 360 is a 320GB model.

So, what do you get for your cash?

You get the main 320GB console unit with a R2D2 skin. The controller gets the C3PO treatment. The 360 has custom Star Wars sounds built in for when you turn the power on or open the disc tray.

You also get a white Kinect sensor, a standard wired headset, a copy of Star Wars Kinect, Kinect Adventures and access to "exclusive downloadable content".

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