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Xbox 360 bundle with Kinect and Nike+ Kinect Training releasing Dec. 4

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Microsoft has one more Xbox 360 bundle in store for the holidays, one that focuses on fitness instead of games. Presumably designed to help shed pounds amassed from Thanksgiving and holiday feasting, the $299.99 bundle packs in an Xbox 360 console with 4 GB of internal storage, one Kinect sensor and a copy of Nike+ Kinect Training.

Nike+ Kinect Training works in conjunction with a free mobile app of the same for iOS and Windows Phone to track fitness program across multiple training programs. Nike+ Kinect Training for Xbox 360 was announced at E3 2012 and released on Oct. 30.

Like other Xbox 360 bundles that feature Kinect, a copy of Kinect Adventures is also included.

According to the bundle's Amazon.com listing, the package will be released Dec. 4 in North America.