Xbox 360 Redesigned to Resemble Xbox One

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While showing off all the fancy next-gen games coming to Xbox One, Microsoft carved out a slice of stage time during its E3 press conference to unveil a newly redesigned Xbox 360 console.

Shipping to retailers across the U.S., Australia, Canada, U.K. and Ireland as we speak, the new Xbox 360 sports a sleeker, more stylish design purposefully modeled to mimic the look of the Xbox One, and thus unite the Xbox brand under a single, distinguishing aesthetic.

The new Xbox 360 is available in the same SKUs at the same retail price points as usual: that’s $199.99 for the 4GB console, $299.99 for the 250GB console and $299.99 for the 4GB Kinect Bundle.

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