Having already released the Michael Jackson: The Experience game on a number of platforms including the Nintendo Wii, DS, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, Ubisoft has now confirmed that the popular rhythm-based game is also coming to the Sony PS Vita and the Nintendo 3DS.
As noted over on the uk.psp.ign.com website, the PS Vita and Nintendo 3DS versions of the Michael Jackson: The Experience game have been created from the ground up, and will take full advantage of the handheld consoles’ technical capabilities.
Using the devices’ touch screens, players will be tasked with drawing a number of shapes in line with both the beat and the choreographies of the on-screen Michael Jackson avatar. As players continue improving, they will unlock bonus content such as ‘power-up’ gloves and Michael’s outfits.
The game enables players to rediscover 15 different settings that are inspired by Michael’s stage performances and music videos, including the underworld club from Smooth Criminal and the graveyard dance from Thriller. The game even allows players to create their own choreographies.
Michael Jackson: The Experience features 3 different difficulty settings, making the game both enjoyable and accessible to everyone. Although we haven’t got specific release dates as of yet, we do know that the game should be arriving sometime in the fourth quarter of this year.
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