LONDON, 7 th December 2012 – ‘Tis the season to be joyful. Time to dust off your glad rags and raise a glass (or two) to the grand tradition of the Christmas party. Partnering with award-winning lookalike photographer, Alison Jackson, Xbox is bringing the party to politics in the dance-off everyone’s been waiting to see. Watch David Cameron and Boris Johnson* perfect their dance moves as they gear up for the Christmas party season, in what will no doubt be the ultimate dance battle.
Want to perfect your dance moves in the run up to the festive season? With Dance Central 3 every routine has authentic choreography for beginners and experts alike to master. Take it step-by-step with Break It Down, travel back through time to learn classic dance moves from past decades in Story Mode or use the new multiplayer Party Mode for up to eight players to truly get the Christmas party started.
The latest instalment of the best-selling dance franchise on Kinect for Xbox 360, “Dance Central 3”, pushes the franchise into new territories with innovative new features and over 40 of the hottest tracks from the ‘70s, ‘80s, ‘90s, ‘00s and today, including Psy “Gangnam Style”, Usher’s “Scream”, Maroon 5’s “Moves Like Jagger” and Vanilla Ice’s “Ice Ice Baby”.
Video and image assets are available to download here: https://edelmanftp.box.com/s/10old38n5wos89wjmjpv
For additional information on "Dance Central 3” please visit http://www.dancecentral.com/press .
*David Cameron and Boris Johnson are represented by lookalikes
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Alison Jackson is a contemporary artist who explores the cult of celebrity by using look-alikes to imagine what royals, politicians and film stars might get up to in private. For more information on Jackson's work please visit www.alisonjackson.com, or follow her on Twitter or Facebook
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