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  (Source: digitalrivercontent.net)

  (Source: digitalrivercontent.net)
The bundle is rumored to cost about $399.99

Microsoft posted pictures of a new Halo 4 Limited Edition Xbox 360 console on its store website, but promptly took the images down when they leaked onto other sites before the official product announcement. 

The new console sports a Halo 4-themed look of blue and grey. It also has a custom controller that has blue LEDs as opposed to the usual green LEDs. 

The bundle, which appears to include the spcial edition Halo 4 console, the Halo 4 game, and two controllers, is rumored to run around $399.99 while a stand-alone controller will cost $49.99. 

Microsoft had originally posted the pictures here

Source: Halo Forums



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RE: Halo 4?
By stm1185 on 7/13/2012 5:02:59 PM , Rating: 2
Haters gonna hate.

But they could drop in a Kinect at that price.

Curious to see how the new Studio handles Halo.


RE: Halo 4?
By augiem on 7/13/2012 8:24:06 PM , Rating: 2
If they don't agree with you and just go ape**** over whatever the fad du jour is you're branded a "hater." Ever think that some people actually have their own sense of taste?


RE: Halo 4?
By Moishe on 7/25/2012 8:42:27 AM , Rating: 2
Not hate.... but they have to actually add something new to make sequels better, otherwise, it's the same old crap.

Alien was good. Aliens was good. Aliens 3... eh. Alien Ressurection? LULZ. Sequels have a harder time being original and interesting. They have to do better or Halo 4 is gonna be a complete waste.


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