Xbox Singapore hosting bargains for SITEX

Singapore's year-end electronics fair held from Nov. 24 to 27.

Singapore's electronics fair SITEX, which can be considered the Asian equivalent of a US Black Friday sale, is being held in the Singapore Expo halls 4B, 5, and 6 from November 24 to November 27. Xbox Singapore will be hosting some bargains involving the Xbox 360 console and its Kinect motion sensor add-on for anyone within the vicinity.

Gamers can purchase an Xbox Holiday Value bundle worth S$649, which includes an Xbox 360 console with a 250GB hard disk drive; a copy of Carnival Games, Kinect Adventures, and Child of Eden; two controllers; a Kinect motion sensor; and an Xbox Live Gold Card, which gives players a three-month-long Gold account. The Xbox Ultimate Action pack will cost gamers S$499 and features an Xbox 360 with a controller, a three-month Xbox Live Gold Card, and two games: Super Street Fighter 4 and Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit.

The Gunstringer and Child of Eden are included in Xbox Singapore's bundles for SITEX.

Players who wish for a slightly cheaper bundle can instead purchase the 4GB pack, which contains the Xbox 360 with a 4GB HDD and four free games: The Gunstringer, Kinect Fruit Ninja, Kinect Adventures, and Carnival Games.

Gamers who have yet to own a Kinect can get the motion sensor along with three free games for just S$199. The titles are Kinect Fruit Ninja, Kinect Adventures, and The Gunstringer, with the latter being in token card form so gamers will need to set aside some space in their hard drive to download the title.

Xbox 360 owners who would much rather get games can purchase any two titles for S$99. Games eligible for this offer are Child of Eden, Dance Central, Dance Central 2, Kinect Sports Season Two, Kinect Disneyland Adventures, Fighters Uncaged, Kinect Joy Ride, Kinectimals, Kinect ports, Motion Sports, Michael Jackson The Experience, and Your Shape: Fitness Evolved.

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For real? All my Wii,DS,3DS games are either made in Japan or America.


@maximo This is Gamespot ASIA, if you haven't noticed already. This site is based in Singapore, and, if you don't realise it, Singapore is where a large majority of games (especially console discs) are manufactured. Really, go read the fine print on the back of any Xbox 360 game you come across. I can assure you, a lot of them will say 'Made in Singapore'. It only makes sense that they report on local happenings if it relates to gaming.


Why is this news? Singapore is such a small market, I dont understand the significance of this.