'Star Wars'-themed Xbox 360 unleashed at Comic-Con
SAN DIEGO (AP) — The Force will be with the Xbox 360.
Microsoft Corp. unveiled a limited edition Xbox 360 console at a Comic-Con panel on Thursday that will be modeled after the character R2-D2, with a wireless gold-colored controller resembling his droid pal C-3PO.
The console will make the character's signature beeping sounds when the white-and-blue console is turned on and the disc tray is open. It will also feature a 320-gigabyte hard drive, the largest available for Microsoft's gaming system.
The "Star Wars"-themed console, available later this year, will cost $449 and come with "Kinect Star Wars," an action-adventure game utilizing the camera-based controller system.
"Kinect Star Wars" developers also confirmed that a pod-racing mode based on "Star Wars: Episode I — The Phantom Menace," would be featured in the game.