SAN FRANCISCO - Nov. 11, 2009
Redbana US today unveiled new features and content for Audition, the online multiplayer dance-themed rhythm game. The update includes new songs from premier artists like Fallout Boy and LMFAO as well as three new gameplay modes, 80 new avatar Items, 2 new pets and more.
“We continue to bring the latest popular music to the Audition music library, which keeps the game fresh and current,” stated Eric Liu, global manager for Redbana US.“With this latest patch, we’re also bringing challenging new gameplay modes and exciting new items to our active player community.”
The update adds Fallout Boy’s "Thanks for the Memories" and LMFAO’s "La La La" to Audition's catalog of popular licensed music. There is also a brand new emoticon system that lets players better express themselves while dancing, sending messages, or just lounging in a game lobby.
In addition, the three new gameplay modes give players more options to enjoy Audition's engaging dance competitions in new ways. Beat Rush Battle Party allows a group of 4 players battle against a wave of more than 100 pairs of NPC competitors. The second gameplay mode, Crazy Freestyle, is a team version of the popular freestyle mode. And lastly Couple Dance 31 Hearts mode lets couples to compete in combinations of dance battles in order to garner exactly 31 heart points to win bonus scores, beats, as well as couple points.
For more information on the update and play Audition, please visit: http://audition.redbana.com
Audition is an online music and dancing game that allows players to compete and cooperate with players from around all over the world. The objective of the game is to dance your way to virtual stardom by syncing avatar’s moves with the beat of today’s hottest pop music. Players enjoy a variety of single and multiplayer modes, and in-game clothing and accessories can be bought to customize player avatars.
Formed in April 2008, Redbana Corporation is the North American development and publishing arm of Korean publisher, T3 Entertainment. Home to a group of developers hailing from renowned studios such as Blizzard Entertainment, NCSoft, Rockstar Games, Electronic Arts, Turbine, Inc., Monlith, Nihilistic, and Sony Online Entertainment, Redbana is poised to become a premiere North American studio with an assemblage of programmers, designers, and artists boasting decades of experience developing high quality titles.
Alexia Nielson, TriplePoint for Redbana