London, 14th November 2005 - If you are into making a statement then the Xbox 360TM video game and entertainment system from Microsoft has something for you. Xbox® today revealed a range of original and easily interchangeable Faceplates which enable gamers to personalise their console to match their individual style.
The line up is based on the best designs from around the world and there are four distinctive designs to choose from Bottom of Form- 'Silver', 'Hot Rod', 'Sun' and 'Woody'. All Faceplates in the range feature high quality graphics which resist scratching or pealing and all are easily interchangeable, meaning that customising your Xbox 360 to suit your mood couldn't be easier!
Each Faceplate is priced at £14.99/ 19.99 (ERP) and will launch simultaneously with the Xbox 360 across Europe, on 2nd December. Keep an eye out for new designs coming soon!
About Xbox and Xbox 360
Microsoft revolutionized the gaming industry with the November 2001 launch of Xbox (http://www.xbox.com), its first-generation video games and entertainment system, now sold in 26 countries around the world. This holiday season Microsoft debuts its next-generation system, Xbox 360, in Europe, Japan and North America, to be followed by availability in Australia, Colombia, Hong Kong, Korea, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore and Taiwan in 2006. Xbox 360 is the most powerful video game and entertainment system, delivering the best games, the next generation of the premier Xbox Live online gaming service, and unique digital entertainment experiences that revolve around you.
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