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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 12:24pm 05/09/12 | 0 Comments
While Activision's own Call of Duty: Black Ops II bundles are definitely among the best the series has seen so far, Microsoft chimed in today with their own console bundle.

The publishing giant revealed that you'd be able to pick up a 250GB Xbox 360 with a controller and a copy of the game for AUD$499.00 the day Black Ops II releases this November 13. No other goodies are a part of the bundle unfortunately, but as this generation dies down, it could be worth picking up an Xbox 360 console to go back through their more-than-decent catalogue of games ahead of next year's inevitable unveiling of their future (you'll likely find a host of bargain bin titles, too).



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