How much would you pay to dodge fake red balls in your living room? Well, with the power of your imagination, it would be free but Microsoft wants the money. Rumors for the pricing of Microsoft’s motion camera has been talked about ever since the announcement of the project. With talks going as high to $500 to as low as $50, a source from Edge magazine may have brought us one of Microsoft’s E3 announcement a bit early for us. According to the source, Natal will be priced at $149 with the release date falling some time around October 26th. The source also said that Natal will be bundle with the 360 Arcade unit, which is priced at $199.99 at the moment, for $299. If this source is to be trusted, is this price just right for ya gamers?

Knowing that Sony has announced that most bundles for the Playstation Move, which will include a PS3 Eye, the Move controller, and a game that supports the Move, will be under $100; should Microsoft lower the price to match the Move bundle price? Both Sony and Microsoft is trying to rip off and steal the Wii audience, but also try to extend the shelf life for both current gen consoles by doing this. Do ya’ll think it’s too late for both companies to jump on the motion control bandwagon (even though Sony had the PS2 Eye before the Wii) or will this give you more reason to play with the consoles. Microsoft seems to be pushing Natal since they will have Cirque du Soleil to help promote it a day before E3…yup, you read that right.

Check after the jump for some Project Natal video.

Source: Destructoid, Gizmodo (more…)

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xbox_360_logoSo Microsoft had an event today that would surly make the 360 fan boys e-penis hard and I’m sure your all wondering why the hell would a dumb Sony gamer would write about a Microsoft event. Well, that’s because I’m excited as well since 2010 seems like another good year for video games and it seems that the only ones really crying will be our wallets. Here are highlights from the event: