Mom Finds a Moment for Fun as a Pink Lady in Grease: The Game Video

505 Games today released the second video in a series of Pink Lady Diaries for the upcoming Grease video game based on the original high school musical for the Wii TM and Nintendo DS TM . Fans of the franchise can engage in family-friendly fun by singing and dancing to their favorite tunes from the original movie in this ultimate party game!

In the latest Pink Lady Diary, a new mom is unsuccessfully trying to feed her fidgety toddler when her husband takes over so she can have a break. As she leaves the house for a little breather, she emerges as a Pink Lady ready to take on the town! Coming to Wii and DS on August 24, Grease: The Game features fun pick-up-and-play mini-games for up to eight players, and delivers an exhilarating and interactive experience that will ignite Grease fever to last through the summer nights.

About Grease: The Game (Wii, DS)

Grease: The Game for Nintendo Wii is loaded with mini-games that let players sing the movie’s iconic songs, dance the hand jive hop, race down Thunder Road, fight for Sandy’s affections and have fun at the fair with Frenchy, Kenickie, Rizzo and the rest of the Greasers. Compatible with a Wii Balance Board and up to two USB microphones, up to eight players can compete in two teams for musical domination at Rydell High in party mode. The DS and DSi versions of the game will test players’ rhythm skills as they tap to the beat of 10 beloved“Grease” songs as they follow Sandy and Danny on their high school journey. Players can also use the camera function of the Nintendo DSi TM to get in the game by uploading their face to their favorite character.

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