Dance Central Spotlight takes center stage on the Xbox One this fall

by: Russell -

Enjoy Dance Central but can't play it on your Xbox One?  Never fear as Harmonix has the answer to your dancing problems...unless you're like me and can't dance a lick anyway, to which there probably is no answer.  Anyway, Harmonix has announced that Dance Central Spotlight will be released this fall exclusively as a digital download for the Xbox One.  Dance Central Spotlight will bring players authentic dance routines, accurate body tracking using the Kinect, and more chart-topping music.

The core game will be available for two players and comes with ten hit songs to choose from, plus you can customize things with more than fifty chart-topping hits with new songs coming every week.  There will also be eight different dance routines per song, so if you got tired of the same routine in the Xbox 360 versions, this should add some variety to the gameplay.



AWARD-WINNING MOTION FRANCHISE COMES EXCLUSIVELY TO XBOX ONE THIS FALL WITH DANCE CENTRAL SPOTLIGHT!

MORE SONGS. MORE ROUTINES. MORE DANCING.
 
Cambridge, MA ?? June 9th, 2014 ?? Harmonix is pleased to announce Dance Central?? Spotlight, the newest game in the award-winning motion franchise, will be available exclusively as a digital download on Xbox® One, the all-in-one games and entertainment system from Microsoft®, this fall. Dance Central Spotlight brings authentic dance routines, accurate body tracking using Kinect® One, and chart-topping music, with even more variety and player choice than ever before!
 
The core Dance Central Spotlight experience comes with everything you need to kick off your dance party ?? best-in-class gameplay featuring fun and authentic choreography for up to two players, along with 10 hit songs to get you started. Customize your party soundtrack with more than 50 chart-topping hits, with new hit songs1 arriving each week.
 
Now with eight different dance routines per song to choose from, Dance Central Spotlight is the most accessible, customizable Dance Central yet! With an all-new voice command activated* ??Practice That?? mode, it??s easier than ever to master your moves. Simply say ??DJ, practice that!?? during a song to hop right into an improved rehearsal mode and perfect your dance moves alongside a real-time dance mirror of yourself to make sure you??re nailing even the trickiest choreography. Dance Central Spotlight also features an expandedFitness Mode, with special dance routines authored to focus on Strength and Cardio!

The core 10 song soundtrack will include all-new tracks to the franchise, including:
  • ??Wake Me Up?? ??  Avicii
  • ??Talk Dirty?? ???? Jason Derulo ft. 2 Chainz
  •  ??Show Me?? ??  Kid Ink ft. Chris Brown
  • ??Counting Stars?? ??  OneRepublic
  • ??Happy?? ?? Pharrell Williams
  • ??and more to be announced soon!
This September, step into the Spotlight. Dance Central Spotlight, only on Xbox One.

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About Harmonix Music Systems, Inc
Harmonix Music Systems, Inc., based in Cambridge, MA, and established in 1995, is the leading developer of groundbreaking music-oriented videogames. Harmonix was founded to invent new ways for non-musicians to experience the unique joy that comes from making music and has pioneered music and rhythm gaming in the US. For more information please visit www.harmonixmusic.com.
 
© 2014 Harmonix Music Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Dance Central, Dance Central Spotlight, Harmonix and all related titles and logos are trademarks of Harmonix Music Systems, Inc. Dance Central and Dance Central Spotlight developed by Harmonix Music Systems, Inc. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
 
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1 Add-on songs sold separately. Xbox LIVE® required for in-game Music Store.
*Kinect speech recognition available in select markets where Xbox One is sold. For more information visit http://support.xbox.com/en-US/xbox-one/kinect/voice-commands
 
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