Nike teams up with Microsoft for Kinect game

Nike+ Kinect Training will hit shelves on November 2nd.
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Sports brand Nike has partnered with Microsoft for a new Xbox 360 video game called Nike+ Kinect Training.

It will be released on November 2nd and will allow users to keep fit using the Kinect motion sensing game accessory. It will have an ERP of £39.99.

“Nike+ Kinect Training is a personalised training experience built from the ground up with athletic expertise and inspiration from Nike coupled with powerful and precise technology from Kinect for Xbox 360,” read a statement. 

“Through the magic of Kinect, Nike+ Kinect Training can see how the body moves, assess physical strength and athleticism, identify areas for improvement and create a workout plan tailored to each person.”

Adidas is also launching its own Xbox 360 Kinect game, in conjunction with 505 Games, called Adidas MiCoach.

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