Ubisoft announced today the release of new downloadable content for the latest installment of its top-selling dance game series, Just Dance 3.
Available March 13 from the Xbox Live Marketplace, and on March 14 from the In-game Just Dance store for Nintendo Wii, the DLC offers four exclusive tracks and a bundled Spring Break Pack. Individually priced at 240 Microsoft Points or 250 Wii Points, the four freshly issued tracks cover a broad range of music and dance styles, guaranteeing a suitable selection that will challenge fans of various skill levels.
Two players can pair up to theatrically spin, swing and shake to the choreography of “Professor Pumplestickle”, a whirling orchestration reminiscent of a Tim Burton film score. With “Down By the Riverside”, written by Reverend Horatio Duncan and Amos Sweets, dancers can raise the roof and jazz hands to high heaven with this sidestepping, thigh-slapping gospel song. Fans of the movie “Clueless” will recognize Kim Wilde’s adolescent anthem “Kids in America”, also featured among the four routines, for those who want to expand their 80s-style skill set beyond Molly Ringwald’s library legwork in “The Breakfast Club.” The fourth option for content downloaders is Gorillaz’s “Dare”, a break beats-inspired electronic tune that gets players performing slow motion moves and choppy pop-and-lock pivots.
The Spring Break Pack ties together three of the aforementioned tracks: dramatic “Professor Pumplestickle”, choir-charged “Down By the Riverside”, and fist-pumping pop tune “Kids in America” for the purchase price of 600 Nintendo Wii Points or 640 Microsoft Points.
More information on Just Dance 3 can be found at http://justdancegame.com.