Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Business & Technology | Repackaged Xbox points controller at casual gamer | Seattle Times Newspaper

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In a bid to woo more of the casual gamers flocking to the Nintendo Wii, Microsoft is repackaging its lowest-priced version of the Xbox 360 with games, a wireless controller and a high-definition cable.

The Xbox 360 Arcade, the company announced Monday, comes with five casual games, including "Pac-Man Championship Edition" and "Uno," as well as 256 megabytes of storage.

It sells for $280, the same price as the stripped-down Xbox 360 Core system, which includes only a wired controller and is being phased out.

Business & Technology | Repackaged Xbox points controller at casual gamer | Seattle Times Newspaper

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