Warm up to “Dance Central 2” with an Xbox LIVE demo and more hit songs!

We are just days away from the launch of “Dance Central 2” on Kinect for Xbox 360, and to help you count down to the return of the best-selling full-body dance game on 21 st  October, we have some exciting news to share!

Xbox LIVE members can start warming up with a downloadable demo of “Dance Central 2,” available now for free* on Xbox LIVE Marketplace. Try out simultaneous multiplayer, Dance Battle featuring the Free 4 All minigame, voice commands, a revamped Break It Down mode and more with “Club Can't Handle Me” by Flo Rida ft. David Guetta and “Bulletproof” by La Roux.

We’re also excited to reveal the complete song list for “Dance Central 2,” an unparalleled soundtrack of over 40 addictive dance hits on-disc. With the ability to import songs from the original “Dance Central” and additional songs available to download from Xbox LIVE Marketplace, players will have access to over 100 songs at the launch of “Dance Central 2.” The newly announced tracks are:

·         Gnarls Barkley – Run (I’m A Natural Disaster)

·         Justin Bieber – Somebody To Love

·         Ciara ft. Petey Pablo – Goodies

·         Diddy ft. Keyshia Cole – Last Night

·         Lady Gaga – Bad Romance

·         Little Boots – Meddle

·         Sean Kingston – Fire Burning

·         Tweet ft. Missy Elliott – Oops (Oh My)

·         Willow – Whip My Hair

·         Toxic (cover version)

For the full track list and more information, please visit http://www.dancecentral.com/.

And to celebrate the launch of Dance Central 2, join us at 1.00pm on Saturday, October 22 nd in the atrium at Westfield London (Shepherd’s Bush) and team up with your friends to participate in a mass dance-off and be amongst the first to play Dance Central 2. More details to follow soon so stay tuned!  

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