Microsoft's Aaron Greenberg has tweeted that pricing info for Kinect released by retailers is not accurate.
"No Kinect price announced yet, retail price estimates are purely speculative, final price & pack-in details are not yet determined," he wrote, hours after GameStop pointed to a $149.99 price for the add-on.
Microsoft said earlier tonight that Kinect will launch in the US on 4th November, has shown off a range of first-party launch games and listed third-party efforts, and has outlined software updates for the 360 interface that use Kinect.
However, it has avoided the pricing issue entirely.
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