'Fruit Ninja Kinect' and 'Gunstringer' team up for shops
Saturday 23 July 2011
Upcoming Xbox Kinect game
The Gunstringer will come bundled with a download token for
Fruit Ninja Kinect when the former is released during the week of September 13.
The Gunstringer is a Wild West adventure whose titular badass marionette is moved by the player's own gesticulations. Think Red Dead Redemption or Open Range, except funnier and with smartmouth puppets.
When it does arrive, it'll sell for $40 (£30), adopting a budget price strategy similiar to that of Earth Defense Force: Insect Armageddon.
By that time, Fruit Ninja Kinect will have already been out for a month, becoming Xbox Live Arcade's first downloadable Kinect game.
For more on The Gunstringer, including videos and screenshots, have a gander at its helpfully named website, thegunstringer.com.
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