Natal launch rumors -- Nov. 2010, US$50-85, 14 games

Details emerge about Microsoft's motion-sensing peripheral

British game business site MCV has divulged rumored details of Project Natal's launch that have reportedly been provided to developers during Microsoft demos of the motion-sensing technology. The biggest (potential) details? That the device will release in November of 2010, for a price ranging between US$50 and US$85.

Microsoft, reportedly showing the tech off in order to drum up more support for Natal, has been aiming for a launch slate of 14 games, with titles in the works from companies like Activision, Capcom, EA, Konami, and Namco Bandai. We've send queries out to Microsoft about the authenticity of the rumors and the recent demos and will update you when we hear back.

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