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Dance around the UK with new tracks


If you're not yet drunk on dance mat antics, you'll be pleased to hear that in keeping with a strong generic tradition of expansion pack chasers, Aberystwyth-based developer Broadsword Interactive is preparing to deliver a pint-sized musical update for Dance:UK. And as promised when the game was released last October, you won't have to pay full whack to hear a few new tunes.

Quite right, too, because although we feel sure all of the 12 tracks on offer are absolutely wonderful, 12 tracks doth not a full priced game make. Hell, 12 tracks doth not a full priced audio CD make! Still, that's not all that you'll find on the disc, so we suppose that's all right - in addition to the new tunes, you can expect to see improved textures on the studio sets, various new spanglified character animations, a new beginner difficulty level for uncoordinated morons like me and difficulty ratings on each of the tracks.

Dance:UK eXtra Trax is due out in April priced £12.99 on the PSone and £14.99 PS2, and includes the following tunes, which we'll let you worry about commenting on...

  • Atomic Kitten - Whole Again
  • Blue - Fly By
  • Darude - Sandstorm
  • Girls Aloud - No Good Advice
  • Ian Van Dahl - Castles In The Sky
  • Jamelia - Superstar
  • Jamiroquai - Cosmic Girl
  • Javine - Real Things
  • Liberty X - Just A Little
  • Livin' Joy - Dreamer
  • Rachel Stevens - Sweet Dreams My LA Ex
  • So Solid Crew - 21 Seconds

Oh, and this is what it looks like on the PS2.

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