By Lisa Johnston
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Redmond, Wash. — Microsoft revealed Tuesday three Entertainment For All Plan package options for its Xbox 360 gaming console, when users agree to a two-year subscription commitment to the Xbox Live Gold online gaming service.
Under the new deal, consumers may purchase the original 4GB console with the Kinect motion-control system at $99, a 250GB option without the Kinect attachment for $99, and a 250GB version with Kinect for $149. All plans require a two-year subscription at $15 per month to Xbox Live Gold.
Microsoft said the offer will be available through leading retailers, including Best Buy and GameStop, soon.
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