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12/3/11 10:26 A

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I have both and I like them both. They have different sports so it's nice to have both. So it might depend on which sports he prefers? Although, if he really wants KS2...he might not appreciate you choosing KS1? I think KS1 has more mini-games, but I am hoping they will add more DLC for KS2. Again, look at the sports on each. But if you can get a good deal, get both! One for him and one for you!

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12/1/11 5:07 A

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My husband wants Kinect Sports 2 for xmas, I was wondering if anyone had tried it out? We don't have Kinect Sports so was wondering if I should get that for him first.

Height 5'7"
1st April 2011- 100.4kg (221lbs)
1st April 2012 - 74.6kg (164lbs)
1st April 2013 - ~78kg (171lbs)
1st April 2014 - ~85kg

 current weight: 187.0 
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