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Wednesday, 17 August 2011 07:50

Harmonix confirms Dance Central 2 release

Written by David Stellmack


Release date depends on which region you are in
The big hit for the Microsoft Kinect from developer Harmonix now has a confirmed release date. You will again be able to move your body to the beat when Dance Central 2 arrives in October. The sequel will have a slew of new features, including full voice integration, which a big addition to the title.

Harmonix has really spread the release out on this one with Asia and Europe getting it first on October 21st, followed by North America on October 25th, and finally Japan on October 27th. No reason was given to explain why they would be releasing the game this way.

Among the other things that seem to be attracting a lot of attention with the sequel is the addition of dance crews and crew challenges. which are said to be quite fun if this is your sort of thing.
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