A new demo for the much anticipated next entry in the seres, Dance Central 2, the sequel to the original hit game for Xbox 360 + Kinect, Dance Central, allows gamers to team up or go head to head with all new songs and dance routines, all new multiplayer features that allow gamers to form a dance crew with anyone on their friend list, or even play via the seamless drop-in and drop-out mechanism that the game was built with for easy party play!
New and classic hits in Dance Central 2 include Born This Way by Lady Gaga, Bulletproof by La Roux, DJ Got Us Fallin' In Love by Usher, I Like It by Enrique Iglesias, Rude Boy by Rihanna, Sexy Chick by David Guetta (with Akon), and Somebody to Love by Justin Bieber.
Head over to the Xbox LIVE Marketplace (http://marketplace.xbox.com) to download the new FREE demo today. You will need your broadband Internet Connection and 1.31GB of space on your hard drive.
Dance Central 2 features more than 40 amazing new routines and a killer soundtrack of new and classic dance hits -- and if you currently own a copy of the original Dance Central you can quickly expand your library to more than 100 songs by importing its songs into Dance Central 2! Importing the songs from the original game requires the purchase of the import license via Xbox LIVE Marketplace, which is purchased for the nominal fee of 400 Microsoft Points, and requires approximately 200 to 250 MB of storage space.
Are you excited about DC2? Will you be purchasing the token to import all the songs from the original Dance Central? How do you feel about being required to pay an additional 400 Microsoft Points to import the music from a game you own? Please share your opinion on that with the GU community by commenting below!
Posted: 28th Oct 2011 by CMBF
Tags: Dance Central 2, Xbox 360, Kinect,