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China already has a handful of Kinect inspired game machines. But that's not going to stop it from getting more. The latest is the iGame Move, a console with the tagline "Beauty of China Show the World".

Sporting 32-bit graphics (32-bit!!), the iGame Move is a motion controlled game system and is priced at around $25 ($25!!). It comes pre-loaded with 23 games, like Boxing, Golf, Tennis, etc.

The iGame Move is not aimed at the domestic Chinese market, but the West. The iGame's maker told Kotaku that this isn't Kinect, and that the iGame isn't going after same market. What's more, the tech is totally different. However, the maker did concede that the iGame Move takes after Kinect. Well, duh.