Friday, July 13, 2012

Dance Dance Dance

Apparently, I am going to be spending a lot of money on dance games in the fall. Ubisoft is releasing a game called "Hip Hop Experience". I have heard that the "Black Eyed Peas Experience" is actually pretty good considering it only has Black Eyed Peas music. :P

Because I'm a nerd... I watched the video in this article and tried to capture every song that is displayed in it since there is not an official song list yet.
  • Rhianna Ft. Young Jeezy - Hard 
  • Nelly - Hot In Here
  • Q-Tip (Tribe Called Quest) - Vivrant Thing
  • Snoop Dogg - Drop It Like It's Hot
  • Naughty By Nature - Hip Hop Hooray
  • Lil Wayne - Lollipop
  • Trey Songz - Say Ahh
  • Flo Rida - Wild Ones
  • Drake - Over
  • B.o.B. - So Good
  • Nicki Minaj - Moment 4 Life
  • Chris Brown - Look At Me Now
  • Kid Cudi - Day N' Night
  • Pitbull - International Love
  • TLC - Creep
  • Terror Squad - Lean Back.
  • Chris Brown - Run It
  • Mystikal - Danger 
  • Jay Sean - Down
  • Too Short - Blow the Whistle
The best part that I can see from the screenshots... They have dancers facing away from you that you can follow. I learn better in a traditional dance environment where I am facing the instructor's back. This is different from Just Dance and can be more difficult to follow.



Ubisoft dropping 'Hip Hop Dance Experience' like it's hot:


Ubisoft dropping 'Hip Hop Dance Experience' like it's hot

The latest celebrity to be featured in a Ubisoft dance "Experience" game is ... nobody in particular. The Hip Hop Dance Experience, rather than focusing on the work of a single artist, is a dancing game built around a collection of hip hop tracks, representing everything from the "Rapper's Delight" to Flo Rida. The Hip Hop Dance Experience will be out on Kinect and Wii in November. It'll debut at this weekend's Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival, which is attended by plenty of people who have experienced hip hop dance already. Like last year's Black Eyed Peas Experience, Ubisoft has placed development in the hands of Elite Beat Agents creator iNiS. Unlike last year, however, we know iNiS is also working on an original music game, so this isn't as much of a crisis for iNiS fans.
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