Another dance game heading to Kinect

Dance Paradise arrives in November.

Universal is the latest publisher to jump on the Kinect dance game bandwagon. It's just announced Dance Paradise for a November release.

Developed by Mindscape, the game will feature 40 tracks at launch with more to be made available as DLC. All songs will play alongside their official promo videos.

There's a single-player mode for solitary shape-throwers, or two players can dance off against each other at the same time.

This is now the fourth dance game confirmed for Kinect, alongside Harmonix's Dance Central, Konami's Dance Masters and Michael Jackson: The Experience from Ubisoft.

Dance Paradise will be released on 10th November – the same day as Microsoft launches the Kinect system.

Here's the tracklisting so far:

  • Akon - Bellydancer
  • Caesars – Jerk It Out
  • Cassius – Toop Toop
  • Daft Punk – Around the World
  • David Guetta ft Kelly Rowland - When Love Takes Over
  • Geri Halliwell – It's Raining Men
  • Gwen Stefani – What You Are Waiting For
  • Kool & the Gang – Celebration
  • Lady Gaga – Bad Romance
  • Laroux – Bulletproof
  • Lily Allen – F*** You
  • MC Hammer – Can't Touch This
  • Mika – We are Golden
  • No Doubt – Hey Baby
  • Pussycat Dolls – When I Grow Up
  • Snoop Dogg ft Pharrell – Beautiful
  • Sophie Ellis Bextor – Murder on the Dancefloor
  • Supergrass - Alright
  • Taio Cruz – Break Your Heart
  • Yelle - ΐ Cause Des Garηon

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