Now music game out November 11th

Now That’s What I Call Music: Dance and Sing will hit shelves for Wii on November 11th with a revised name.

The Wii exclusive from publisher Tubby Games was previously known as Now That’s What I Call Music: The Game, but has since had its name revised to help better depict its singing and dancing gameplay.

It boasts a 30-song tracklist including hits from JLS, Lady Gaga and Rihanna. 20 of these tracks will allow players to sing and dance using a microphone and Wii Remote, while five will be dance-only and five vocal-only.

Now That’s What I Call Music: Dance and Sing has been developed by Broadsword and will be distributed by Koch Media in the UK. It’s the first of several planned Now titles.

Music publisher EMI has released over 70 different Now music CD compilations since the ‘80s, generating over 100m sales worldwide.

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