It's the side of a box! Yay!
Yes, you are the controller. A very, very silly-looking controller.
Now, we're getting to the good stuff. But what does that green tag say?
Oh, yeah. Don't sell until November 4 so we can boost our first-week sales numbers just as much as possible, especially since people still remember the Kin and aren't so sure about those Windows Phones.
Finally, some inside stuff. That thing wrapped in foam is the new Xbox.
There it is. It's so exciting. Let's take it out!
The Xbox is coming out of its packing. Those foam protectors are pretty strong.
The fins come off the Xbox packaging.
Here's the sleek hottie herself. This is actually the bottom of the machine, but the top looks identical. That's important, actually, because this is the first Xbox 360 without an easily removable hard drive.
Here's the back. We'll look more closely at it in the next slide.
Let's get back to what's inside the bundle box.
There are three compartments hiding goodies, plus the Kinect.
The middle compartment hides the controller, the Kinect cable, and the crappy headset.
Here's the controller, snug in its bed.
Sigh. One more thing I don't like about this bundle. The new controller is too small for your gallery author's big hands. On the other hand, Gallery Author's wife loves the size of this controller. Guess who's going to get it?
Here's the crappy headset. If you want to hear teens smack-talking while at the same time shaming you as a gamer, you'll want to buy a different headset. The sound quality on this sucks.
Now, let's move on to the goodies in the side compartments.
On the right side, we have a power cord. Bet you've never seen one of these bad boys before, eh?
Ah, finally, the Kinect.
Enough complaining. Here's the Kinect. When packed with the bundle, the Kinect has a nice neck protector. Sold alone, no neck protector.
Close-up of the neck protector. This is the Kinect's formal wear look.
Here's the Kinect in its full glory. Pretty little thing.