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Nike+ Kinect was just announced for Xbox 360 at the Microsoft E3 keynote, detailing a system that analyzes your body and shares your physical metrics with your friends for open challenges. With a collection of training apps crafted by professional coaches and athletes, it aims to do more for your health than Wii Fit can.

Nike+ Kinect was also shown working with the Windows Phone, prompting work-out sessions. Even given that Nike+ connectivity already exists with iOS, it seems that this content is Kinect, Windows, and Microsoft exclusive.

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E3 2012: Nike+ Kinect Headed To Xbox Live To Keep You In Shape

Nike+ Kinect was just announced for Xbox 360 at the Microsoft E3 keynote, detailing a system that analyzes your body and shares your physical metrics with your friends for open challenges.

By EGM Staff | 06/4/2012 12:24 PM PT

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Nike+ Kinect was just announced for Xbox 360 at the Microsoft E3 keynote, detailing a system that analyzes your body and shares your physical metrics with your friends for open challenges. With a collection of training apps crafted by professional coaches and athletes, it aims to do more for your health than Wii Fit can.

Nike+ Kinect was also shown working with the Windows Phone, prompting work-out sessions. Even given that Nike+ connectivity already exists with iOS, it seems that this content is Kinect, Windows, and Microsoft exclusive.

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