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The Queen's Xbox

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Although they haven't expressly said it, Xbox have unveiled their union jack design to mark the Queen's jubilee. Which sets into motion all sorts of images of Her Royal Highness dishing out some payback on Call Of Duty: Black Ops.

"In a celebration of all things British", they say, coincidentally a month before the Diamond Jubilee (60 years of The Queen's reign) "Microsoft is releasing an Xbox 360 Special Edition 4GB Kinect Celebration Pack and special edition Union Jack mouse."

She's going to love it.

The machine is available from Friday 25th May, while you can get clicking on the Great British Mouse from Thursday 3rd May.

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