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Xbox 360 Black Friday 2011 Deals: Amazon Console and Kinect Specials (11/25/2011)!

Xbox 360 4GB Console with KinectKinect Sensor with Kinect Adventures and Gunstringer Token Code

Amazon is currently offering many discounts as part of their Black Friday Deals Week! Black Friday sales, Cyber Monday specials, and Amazon's best deals are featured.  Amazon has kicked off Thanksgiving day with one heck of a daily deal special prior to Black Friday...

Buy an Xbox 360 4GB Console with Kinect for $199.99 (save $100)!  This is one of the most sought after Black Friday video game deals, and will not last!

In addition, grab the Kinect Sensor with 3 games for $99.99 (Reg. $149.99) at Amazon.  This Kinect Sensor Black Friday deal comes with Kinect Adventures, Fruit Ninja Kinect, and The Gunstringer.

Check it out:

In addition the following game Xbox 360 sales are live as well:

About Kinect:

Kinect for Xbox 360 has games you can really get into. Now includes Fruit Ninja Kinect, The Gunstringer, and Kinect Adventures for a limited time, so you can experience gaming like never before. A fully immersive experience with nothing between you and the game, now you can serve up justice one bullet at a time with The Gunstringer and join the epic battle against the world’s most delicious produce in Fruit Ninja Kinect. With the Kinect for Xbox 360, there are no limits to the way you can play.

About Battlefield 3 

Battlefield 3 is a First-Person Shooter (FPS) that is designed to attack your senses, delivering a visceral combat experience like no other FPS before it. Sequel to 2005's Battlefield 2, Battlefield 3 utilizes the updated Frostbite 2 game engine, which allows for advanced destruction, sound, and graphics as well as a focus on dense in-game urban settings. Additional game features include: classic Battlefield mission-based gameplay, an impressive array of vehicles including jets and tanks, large-scale maps, an updated soldier class, 2-24 player support online and more.

So what is Black Friday?

Black Friday is the day after Thanksgiving in the United States, where it is the beginning of the traditional Christmas shopping season. Black Friday is not an official holiday, but many employers give the day off, increasing the number of potential shoppers. Many retailers open very early (typically 5 am or even earlier) and offer doorbuster deals and loss leaders to draw people to their stores.

In many cities it is not uncommon to see shoppers lined up hours before stores with big sales open. Once inside, the stores shoppers often rush and grab, as many stores have only a few of the big draw items.

Published Friday, November 25, 2011 10:55 AM by Patrick Wright


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