London, UK – January 16, 2012 – Today, Ubisoft ® announced new downloadable content for its best-selling title Just Dance ® 3, called “ Just Sweat Packs”. Two new Just Sweat DLC packs will be downloadable through the in-game Just Dance store on January 17 th on Xbox360® Kinect for 480 Microsoft Points and on January 18 th on Wii TM for 600 Wii points TM each.
Staying in shape for the New Year is more fun than ever with Just Dance ®3.The new Just Sweat DLC packs supplement the game’s existing Just Sweat Mode on Wii TM and the Xbox360® Kinect tracklist, allows players to combine exercising with dancing by offering fitness-focused dance moves.
The DLC packs include all new dance tracks by the Sweat Invaders: Beat Match Until I'm Blue, Touch Me Want Me, Dun N Dusted, Cardiac Caress, Merengue and Boomsday. All the tracks will have you breaking a sweat on the dance floor!
These new tracks join other Just Dance 3 DLC songs available on Wii™ such as Anja’s Baby Don’t Stop Now, Studio Allstars’ Jump, Olé Orquesta’s Jambo Mambo, The Girly Team’s Twist And Shake It, U Can’t Touch This and Soul Searchin by Groove Century and In the Style of Irene Cara’s Fame, and also the Mario DLC, each priced at 250 Wii Points.
There are 19 other DLC tracks, including Cosmic Girl by Jamiroquai, Satisfaction (Isak Original Extended) by Benny Benassi and Baby Girl by Reaggaton, available on Xbox360® Kinect.
For more information about Just Dance 3, please visit www.justdancegame.com
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