Official List of Kinect Launch Games

Microsoft made it real this morning: 17 is the magic number. That’s how many titles will be available for Kinect when it launches in a few weeks, on November 4th. Well, okay, so not all 17 will be available on the 4th — only twelve of them will be — but the rest are considered part of Kinect’s “launch portfolio,” aka games available during Kinect’s initial launch window.

It’s interesting to note that there are no less than 4 exercising games, and 2 dancing games.

Here’s a full breakdown.

Kinect Adventures: comes with the Kinect device. Available November 4th.

Kinectimals: $49.99 standard edition, $59.99 limited collector’s edition (comes with a plush toy animal that unlocks a new animal you can play with in the game. Available November 4th.

Game Party In Motion: $39.99. Available November 18th.

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Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallows, Part 1 The Videogame: $49.99. Available November 16th.

Your Shape Fitness Evolved: $49.99. Available November 4th.

Dance Central: $49.99. Available November 4th.

The Biggest Loser Ultimate Workout: $49.99. Available November 4th.

DanceMasters: $49.99. Available November 4th.

EA Sports Active 2: $99 including heart rate monitor. Available November 16th.

Zumba Fitness: $49.99. Available November 18th.

Kinect Sports: $49.99. Available November 4th.

MotionSports: $49.99. Available November 4th.

Deca Sports Freedom: $39.99. Available November 18th.

Kinect Joy Ride: $49.99. Available November 4th.

Adrenalin Misfits: $49.99. Available November 4th.

Fighters Uncaged: $49.99. Available November 4th.

Sonic Free Rider: $49.99. Available November 4th.

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