SINGLES FROM USHER AND PSY’S “GANGNAM STYLE” COMING TO DANCE CENTRAL 3 THIS MONTH!
Cambridge, MA – November 19th, 2012 – This year’s best motion and dance game gets even better as two hot tracks from Usher and PSY’s global phenomenon “Gangnam Style” will be available as add-on tracks for Dance Central™ 3 in the coming weeks!
Starting tomorrow, November 20th, two tracks from Usher’s latest record, Looking 4 Myself, will be available for download from the Dance Central Music Store or via the Xbox LIVE® Marketplace: “Twisted,” which features Pharrell, and “Euphoria.” The routines, like the Usher tracks that already appear on the Dance Central 3 disc – “Scream” and “OMG” – feature authentic moves and choreography designed by Usher’s choreographer, Aakomon “AJ” Jones!
For a special message from Usher on these exciting releases, check out the video here: http://www.youtube.com/
This month Harmonix brings one of this year’s most requested songs to Dance Central 3 with PSY’s “Gangnam Style”. On November 27th, dancers will be able to download the routine, which features iconic and unforgettable moves fans will recognize from Psy’s music video and live performances! With over 700 million YouTube views, “Gangnam Style” and its energetic choreography is the perfect fit for Dance Central 3’s authentic choreography and accurate, best-in-class motion detection!
All tracks will be available in the Dance Central 3 in-game Music Store, or from the Xbox LIVE Marketplace for 240 Microsoft Points™ each. “Twisted” and “Euphoria” can be purchased together as part of “Usher Pack 01” for 400 Microsoft Points.
November 20Usher ft. Pharrell – “Twisted”
- Choreographer – Aakomon “AJ” Jones
Usher – “Euphoria”
- Choreographer – Aakomon “AJ” Jones
November 27PSY – “Gangnam Style”
- Choreographer – Devin Woolridge
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I really do prefer Just Dance (which also has Gungnam Style) to Dance Central. The reality of dancing is that it is a very human thing – and using real dancers for the choreography greatly distances Just Dance from the relatively stiff animations of Dance Central.
I don't play any of them. Haha
You should, dude. Dance games are awesome fun. 😀
…and then I'd be going to get Cortisone injections in my knees the next day.
I grew up skateboarding, BMX biking and most everything else I could find to destroy my body, until I got old enough to buy sport bikes to wreck – not to mention years of crazy jobs (one of which involved climbing power line poles with linesman spikes and another that involved a ton of repelling off condos) – bouncing around the house for fun isn't my thing any more. Maybe ten years ago, but I'm too old and tired for this type of thing.
Hah, yes. Dancing is hell on the body.
Also.. I showed you this vid.. I want half of the profits <.< >.>
Done! I've wired you half of our Cayman bank account balance. Don't worry about giving us your bank details, our bank account magically knows the right place to sent the cash 😛
That it is! I can dance and I used to do a good bit of it, but these days, I don't do too much of it any more. Haha