Dance Central Spotlight has added Borderlands characters to its roster, Harmonix has announced.
Xbox exclusive hernia simulator Dance Central has released its latest iteration. Dance Central Spotlight marks the series debut on Xbox One and also marks a shift from boxed retail disc to a purely digital release.
UPDATE 28/8/14 10.40am: The Xbox One Kinect sensor will cost £129.99 in the UK when it launches on 7th October, Microsoft has confirmed to Eurogamer.
Just as in North America, the gadget will come bundled with Dance Central: Spotlight.
Alternatively, you can get a second-hand Xbox One Kinect for £25 at CEX.
Microsoft's 90 minute E3 2014 show was all about the games. How things have changed.
I remember in May last year, when Microsoft unveiled the Xbox One at a press conference in Redmond, the focus was on TV, TV, and more TV. As you'd expect, the reaction from gamers - and developers - was far from positive.
This, coupled with the controversy surrounding Microsoft's U-turns on game sharing, second hand and always online, and the power difference compared to Sony's cheaper PlayStation 4, meant Xbox One launched under a cloud of cynicism among core gamers - those early adopters who Microsoft needed the most.
UPDATE: Harmonix has announced Dance Central: Spotlight at E3. It's a digital-only (download only) game that's coming this September. Harmonix boss Alex Rigopulos said the game had new technology that gets music tracks into the game faster than ever before. This should mean more, newer content and more often.