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I suddenly feel like gaming even more now that Xbox is being marketed at reduced price tags in India. The standalone Xbox 360 4GB version will now trouble your wallet for just INR 13000, down by INR 3000, from the pervious price tag of INR 16000. Similarly, the Xbox 360 with 4GB storage and which ships with Kinect now costs INR 22000, down from the previous selling price of INR 27000. The Xbox 360 with 250 GB storage and shipping with Kinect costs INR 30000, down from the previous selling price of INR 32000. What's better, one more version of the 360 with 500GB storage space, Kinect and free copies of Call of Duty: Black Ops II and Call of Duty: Ghosts and with a monthlong subscription to Xbox Live Gold is available for INR 20000! (Yeah you read that right; your eyes did not deceive you). Also included in this special offer is a Xbox 360 wireless controller and Xbox 360 headset! This is a somewhat welcome decision since the current generation Xbox consoles, the Xbox One, costs a whooping INR 40000 (without Kinect) and INR 46000 (with Kinect). Microsoft is gearing up to take on it's nearest competitors, Sony's Playstation 3 and Nintendo's Wii, head to head in a rising gaming market in India, which is currently being led by the mobile games sector.