It looks like Ubisoft’s hugely popular music video game Just Dance – which is exclusively for the Nintendo Wii – is going to get a bit of competition very soon, as Nordic Games has recently announced that it will be releasing a dance game of its very own for the Nintendo Wii.
The game in question is We Dance, which according to Dominic Sacco over at mcvuk.com is an extension of the publisher’s We Sing series. Although we don’t have a specific release date at this stage, we do know that the game will be hitting stores sometime in May.
We Dance will feature a total of 40 licensed tunes, which span over four decades of music. The game will feature a blend of pop, rock, disco, drum ‘n’ bass and rap songs, along with original music videos and their own professionally choreographed dance moves.
Gamers will be able to play the We Dance game by using just the Wii Remote, Nordic Games’ Star Mat peripheral or a mixture of the two. Consumers can purchase the We Dance game just on its own, or bundled together with either one or two Star Mats.
This isn’t the first time that Nordic Games has ventured into the dance genre, as they’ve also released Dance Party Club Hits and Dance Party Pop Hits on both Nintendo Wii and PlayStation 2 back in 2009. Do you think it will be stiff competition for the Just Dance game?
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