Monday, April 16, 2007

Let's Dance.....online

If you don't want to go to the club to get your groove on anymore, Acclaim Games will let you Dance! Online, a free-to-play multiplayer game that could have legs -- as well as bring a non-traditional audience to videogaming.

The game will feature master recordings from Warner Music Group Corp.

Atlantic Records recording artist Cupid, with his hit single "Cupid Shuffle," will make a personal virtual appearance in the game. Other artist-related announcements will follow where the artists will create their own avatar and play the game live online and chat with fans.

Players can create their own avatar and use either the keyboard or most PC compatible dance pads to match the beat of the song and to make their character perform choreographed dance steps.

The game features up to six players dancing together and includes a variety of game modes and options. Players will be able to purchase optional items from the game shop to customize their virtual characters with clothing and various accessories.

The game is in Beta testing beginning this week, which means that anyone who registers for an account can immediately play for free. For more information, visit www.acclaim.com.



NEW TIGER WOODS GAME HAS NEW FEATURE
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 08 will allow gamers to save their best shots, holes or rounds, and post the content online for other users to compete against. In addition, players can now use Photo Game Face to generate photo-realistic game characters with no artistic skill required, by uploading photos.

The new Tiger game is being produced by EA Tiburon in Orlando, FL, which is best known for the award winning Madden NFL Football series. The new golf game will be available on Xbox 360, PS2 and PS3, Wii, PSP and PC later this year.
News n Notes
-- PLAYSTATION Store is now offering Mortal Kombat II for the PS3. Cost is $4.99. Trailers for the much-anticipated community-based game, LittleBigPlanet, and the hottest movie of the summer, Spider-Man3, are also available.

-- Capcom is working on four new mobile titles: Mega Man II, Street Fighter II, an all music version of their Who Wants To Be A Millionaire and Shade IITM, a new massively multiplayer mobile game that allows players to play online across mobile networks. Look for the games starting next month.
-- There's a new interactive channel on Nintendo Wii. The full version of the Internet Channel powered by Opera is now available for free download across North America.

The full version of the Internet Channel is available as a free download through June 30, after which it will cost 500 Wii Points. Once downloaded, the Internet Channel is free for the lifetime of the system.

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