Microsoft planning Star Wars parties for new Kinect game
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Microsoft planning Star Wars parties for new Kinect game

Microsoft planning Star Wars parties for new Kinect gameIs there something geekier than this? Microsoft is planning a sequence of parties at its retail shops on the evening of April 2nd to rejoice the launch of the new Kinect Star Wars game for Xbox 360.

“Be a part of us for a fun-filled launch social gathering on the Microsoft Retailer, beginning at 10 p.m. on Monday, April 2nd. Dres up in your most interesting Star Wars gear, play the game early and meet particular company,” in keeping with a discover despatched out right now.

Microsoft plans to start out promoting copies of the game at 12:01 a.m. on April third, with further actions on the shops later within the day. We’re advised that parties will likely be held at each the College Village and Bellevue Sq. shops within the Seattle space. The game — developed by Terminal Actuality — sells for $50.

So, mud off your lightsaber or don your Darth Vader masks and prepare to social gathering.

Marvel in the event that they’ll be busting this out whereas people wait in line, an old school dance-off with some Storm Troopers.

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