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The new white Xbox looks completely unnecessary and drop dead gorgeous 
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Darryn Bonthuys
February 29, 2012 at 11:30 am

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Let me have a look at my console collection so far. Matte black PS3. Check. Glossy black 3DS? Check. Sleek Black Xbox slim? Check. Various other consoles from previous generations that all sport a black coat of paint? Check.

It’s kind of boring having such a uniform selection of gaming devices to play around on, which is why my eyes light up like a cat chasing a ball whenever a newer, shinier console with a brighter finish arrives.

Which is just what the Xbox 360 has done. It’s completely superfluous, unnecessary and Sweet Christmas! I do want this so bad!

Currently, there is only an American release available right now, with a European release of the white bundle coming in later months. The bundle includes a 4GB console, white Kinect with adventure and sports games, white controller and a three month subscription to Xbox Live. It’ll cost American consumers $300.

In the meantime, have a gander at these pics of the repainted Xbox console, while I go throw my current console out a window in order to justify buying this.

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