This is more proof that the Star Wars franchise will just keeping going on and on and on forever, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing. This Limited Edition Star Wars Xbox 360 and Kinect is enough to make me invest in Microsoft’s gaming machine.
The machine itself sports the blue and white coloring of R2-D2, with his trademark look recreated on the sides and front of the box. The controller is modeled after C3PO, a fact that is pretty obvious from its all-gold casing, but doesn’t make it any less bad-ass. Of course, they couldn’t stop there either. The Kinect sensor will fit right in, switching from its regular blackness to an all-white exterior. Now all you need is Princess Leia in a bikini, why would they choose R2-D2 over that? Seriously.
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