Interview: iTWire sat down with Frazer Scott Acting Marketing Director for Xbox in Australia and asked him to elaborate on the new Xbox 360 slim as well as the no-controller Kinect system and what this new hardware will mean for Australians.
Nintendo has continued its run of successful E3 keynotes, rolling out another piece of intriguing hardware with the 3DS, as well as new and old favourites on the software front including details on the new Zelda.
Microsoft Australia has sent through the details for those antipideons awaiting a chance to get their mitts on a new shiny black slimmer Xbox 360
Project Natal becomes, the even more awkwardly named, Kinect and Microsoft releases a slimmed down shiny black Xbox 360 (Pictures herein).
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