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It's the ideal games console for anyone who's too kack-handed to be any good at games: Microsoft's Homer Simpson-styled limited edition Xbox 360 Pro, announced today to tie in with this summer's The Simpsons Movie.

Microsoft Xbox 360 Simpsons edition

The film opens in the US and the UK on 27 July, but while it'll be easy to give a view, getting your mitts on the movie-branded console will be much, much harder: Microsoft is only making a hundred of them, which it will be offering as competition prizes as that late July date approaches.

The limited edition model is a standard, 20GB unit.

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