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# 82223 25-Apr-2011 15:30
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Are you still using them or have they be assigned to the cupboard, or are just sitting there collecting dust? 

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  # 462188 25-Apr-2011 15:43
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I use mine now and then. It's always pligged in and ready to go. I mainly play some bowling or table tennis online or against my girlfriend in kinect sports. Hoping they bring out some better games though. Don't regret buying it otherwise.

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  # 462189 25-Apr-2011 15:47
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mine's been collecting dust for couple of months. waiting for more games to come out at E3.




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  # 462471 26-Apr-2011 14:02
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Collecting dust. I unplugged it though because I didn't like the little red eye watching me in my living room 24/7 :S

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  # 462473 26-Apr-2011 14:08
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collecting dust. its very much a "party" accessory, like my guitar hero world tour thing was. but i used that more than kinect.

saying this, im not a huge gamer.

i think my real reason for not using it much is the games though, theres not a hole lot out there....

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  # 462542 26-Apr-2011 15:43
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Fully using it often, enjoying it a lot. Bought the wall bracket so it is out of the way, kids can't touch it, much better solution. Play a lot of Kinect sports with the wife, she enjoys it in spite of herself. Even had my parents playing a game of bowling in the weekend. Easy for them, no buttons to press etc.
I too am waiting for more titles tho, perhaps the upcoming carnival game will be good?

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Bought Xbox for first time a couple of months ago, specially because of good price of bundle.
Enjoying non kinect games also, Halo Reach specifically, awesome, played it beginning to end of the course of about a week, have not been a console gamer before.

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  # 462937 27-Apr-2011 11:13
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collecting dust, but I live in a house at the moment where someone goes to bed around 8pm every night. So really hard to play kinect after getting home and sorting dinner etc.

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  # 462945 27-Apr-2011 11:28
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Gets occasional use but then that is what I expected. It is a great bit if kit but I always knew it would get limited attention simply because of the limited appeal of the play. The Xbox itself gets more use as a media extender which it what I brought it for in the first place.







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  # 463120 27-Apr-2011 18:51
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Collecting dust but then my I have only turned my xbox on in the last 3 months to see if you don't know jack was a arcade game

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