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Recent rumours of a red Xbox 360 were more than pure speculation, it seems, because Microsoft has now released official pictures of its resprayed console.

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The red Xbox 360 doesn't feature blood splatters, sadly

The red Xbox 360 is a limited edition model that’ll be shipped as part of a bundle pack to promote the upcoming Resident Evil 5 game.

Included in the pack is an Elite model 360 with a 120GB hard drive, red controller, black headset and a copy of Resident Evil 5 itself.

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The all important bundle

Microsoft’s red Xbox 360 will be available on 13 March for around $340 (£233/€265). There's no word yet on a UK release. ®

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