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Ubisoft Announces The Hip Hop Dance Experience For Wii (Trailer)

Today, Ubisoft announced the development of The Hip Hop Dance Experience, the latest installment in the chart-topping Experience dance game franchise. The Hip Hop Dance Experience releases worldwide in November for Kinect for Xbox 360 and Wii system from Nintendo.

Ubisoft’s Experience franchise was the second largest dance video game franchise of 2011 and has sold more than five million copies worldwide by making an artist’s musical universe accessible to fans through interactive and immersive games. The Hip Hop Dance Experience takes this concept even further by featuring iconic Hip Hop dance moves with routines arranged by famed choreographers, including Laurieann Gibson and Dave Scott and an extensive selection of hip-hop music that defines the genre.

Developed by renowned music game developer, iNiS, The Hip Hop Dance Experience features the most comprehensive hip-hop track list ever in a dance video game, ranging from chart-topping Billboard hits to old-school party jams.

25 thoughts on “Ubisoft Announces The Hip Hop Dance Experience For Wii (Trailer)”

  1. so they’ve already run out of terrible ideas for “the experience” games that they’re resorting to actual genres? huh.

    (michael jackson wasn’t bad)

      1. Here’s the track list:

        · Amerie – “1 Thing”

        · B.o.B – “So Good”

        · B.o.B featuring Hayley Williams of Paramore – “Airplanes”

        · Cassie – “Me & U” **

        · Chris Brown featuring Juelz Santana – “Run It!”

        · Chris Brown featuring Lil Wayne & Busta Rhymes – “Look At Me Now”

        · Ciara – “One, Two Step (featuring Missy Elliott)”

        · Da Brat – “Funkdafied”

        · Drake – “Over”

        · Flo Rida featuring Sia – “Wild Ones”

        · Iyaz – “Replay”

        · Jay Sean featuring Lil Wayne – “Down”

        · J-Kwon – “Tipsy” **

        · Kid Cudi – “Day ‘N’ Night”

        · Lil Wayne featuring Static Major – “Lollipop”

        · LMFAO – “Sexy And I Know It”

        · M.I.A. – “Bad Girls” **

        · Mark Morrison – “Return of the Mack”

        · Mystikal featuring Nivea – “Danger (Been So Long)”

        · N.E.R.D. – “She Wants to Move”

        · Naughty by Nature – “Hip Hop Hooray”

        · Nelly – “Hot In Herre”

        · New Boyz – “You’re A Jerk”

        · New Edition – “If It Isn’t Love”

        · Nicki Minaj featuring Drake – “Moment 4 Life”

        · Ol’ Dirty Bastard featuring Kelis – “Got Your Money” **

        · Outkast – “B.O.B.” **

        · Pitbull featuring Chris Brown – “International Love”

        · Q-Tip – “Vivrant Thing”

        · R. Kelly – “Ignition (Remix)”

        · Rihanna featuring Jeezy – “Hard”

        · Rob Base & DJ E-Z Rock – “It Takes Two” **

        · Run-DMC – “It’s Tricky” **

        · Snoop Dogg featuring Pharrell Williams – “Drop It Like It’s Hot”

        · Terror Squad featuring Fat Joe, Remy – “Lean Back”

        · The Sugarhill Gang – “Rapper’s Delight” **

        · TLC – “Creep”

        · Too $hort – “Blow the Whistle” **

        · Trey Songz featuring Fabolous – “Say Aah”

        · Wiz Khalifa – “Work Hard, Play Hard” **

      1. You know, real Hip-Hop like Blue Scholars, Styles of Beyond, Cyne, Common Market, Jurassic 5, Tupac, Jin, Bamboo, etc. instead of these shitty Hip-pop.

        I’m just an ordinary guy…

  2. Maybe I would think of getting the game but they advertized the game all wrong. Using Chris Brown was an awful idea. I hate him so having his song in the trailer is a BIG turnoff…

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