Microsoft will start selling its new Xbox One video game console on November 22, the company announced today.

It will cost $499 and includes a Kinect motion controller. The launch date is for the U.S., Canada, U.K., France, Italy, Mexico, Brazil, and a few other countries.

Sony's next video game console, the PlayStation 4, will go on sale a week earlier. It'll cost $399, but doesn't include a motion sensor.

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