Microsoft's most recent round of price cuts for the Xbox 360 yielded results for the gamemaker. Following on from the cross-SKU cuts that saw the Arcade model drop to $199, the 60GB Pro to $299, and the 120GB Elite to $399, the console sold like gangbusters compared to a month prior, with September sales spiking a full 78 percent. A good deal, then, appears to be just the thing to spur sales.
Enter Sam's Club. The Wal-Mart-owned wholesale outlet this week teased a new $349 Xbox 360 bundle aimed at attracting new consumers to the HD-gaming era. As outlined in the company's official blog, the bundle will include the midrange Xbox 360 Pro, as well as Lego Indiana Jones, Kung Fu Panda, and Guitar Hero III with guitar.
Sam's Club expects to introduce the bundle at its stores in mid-November. Elsewhere, gamers can pick up a similar Xbox 360 bundle, sans the Guitar Hero pack-in, for $299.