Harmonix have announced that Busta Rhymes' 2008 track, "Don't Touch Me (Throw Da Water On 'Em" is coming to Dance Central 2 on 17th January.
From tomorrow, 20th December, you can download 3 new Rihanna tracks from her 2010 album LOUD, for Dance Central 2 via Xbox Live.
New Lady GaGa tracks are coming to Dance Central 2 on 22 November. Marry The Night & The Edge of Glory, which are on her latest album, Born This Way will be available to download on the Xbox LIVE Marketplace.
Dance Central 2 is a dancing video game developed by Harmonix Music Systems for the Xbox 360 Kinect. The game is the sequel to Dance Central. Read the GodisaGeek.com review here.
Dance Central 2, the hotly anticipated sequel to last years massive Kinect exclusive title, launched yesterday and, in celebration the shopfloor over at the Westfield London was temporarily turned into a dancefloor; complete with special guests Kelly Brook, Little Boots and Rickie and Melvin.
Are you looking forward to the release of Dance Central 2 for Xbox 360 with Kinect? Well make sure that you are in London on the 22nd October, as celebrities are asking you to join them and have a massive dance celebration especially for the release of Dance Central 2, which is available 21st October […]
With the release date of Dance Central 2 – the sequel to the best-selling dancing title for Kinect – fast approaching, developers Harmonix are slowly leaking out information regarding more and more of the songs that will be featured on-disc for the title. This week, at PAX Prime in Seattle, the dev team have gone […]
Just in case you didn’t already know, the biggest event in the comic book industry is just kicking off in San Diego as the 41st legendary Comic-Con International takes over the Convention Centre. But as well as comics, the event also features an array of Film, TV and Gaming companies and events. Microsoft don’t want […]
If you’re like some of the GodisaGeek staff members (we’re not naming names here), then there’s nothing you like to do more than standing in front of the TV, flailing your arms around and hoping that something that you do can be understood by the Kinect system as “dancing”. Well, now you’re going to be […]