A video game starring Michael Jackson's likeness and speech recorded before the musician died is set for a posthumous release.
Rumours of a new Jackson game have lingered ever since the star's death. But these now appear to have been confirmed.
The star's own production company, MJJ Productions, has been working on the game for 'several months', according to reports.
A Christmas 09 'home console release' – suggesting Xbox 360 and PS3 - is apparently scheduled.
It is understood that the game will feature a number of the star’s most iconic hits.
A MJJ Productions rep said:“I am sure it will still be released. Michael loved games”.