New party modes for 'Just Dance 3'
Friday 22 July 2011
Three new features for
Just Dance 3's Kinect version were announced at Comic-Con: Just Create, Shout Out, and a four-player mode.
Just Create lets players set up their own dance sets, sharing them with friends at home or online. Shout Out is a Kinect karaoke special move, which puts point bonuses up for grabs.
Six more of the game's 40 tracks were also confirmed: Cee Lo Green's "Forget You," "Baby One More Time" by The Girly Team, The Sugarhill Gang's "Apache," "Night Mode to Cairo" by Madness, "She's Got Me Dancing" by Tommy Sparks, and the Buggles' iconic "Video Killed The Radio Star."
Just Dance 3 is out on Wii, Xbox 360 Kinect and PlayStation Move on October 11, and stands a sterling chance of taking Zumba Fitness down a peg or two.
The Kinect's Dance Central 2 comes out October 25, while Sony PlayStation are working on DanceStar Party.
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