Project Natal dated for "holiday 2010"

It's a ticket to "the coolest party".

Microsoft has announced a worldwide "holiday 2010" release date for Xbox 360's ambitious, 3D camera-driven invention Project Natal.

The date arrived in a video on Microsoft's CES 2010 press site, which featured vox pops from important Microsoft bods such as Peter Molyneux and Don Mattrick. Mattrick said Natal offered a ticket to the "coolest party".

Robbie Bach has announced the date on-stage at the CES 2010 keynote adress. "2010 is going to be the biggest year in Xbox history," he said.

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