Gangnam Style comes to Microsoft’s Dance Central 3

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Horse play: Now you can also be just as wacky and off-beat as PSY with the release of Gangnam Style as DLC for Dance Central 3

Horse play: Now you can also be just as wacky and off-beat as PSY with the release of Gangnam Style as DLC for Dance Central 3

The Gangnam Style phenomenon shows no sign of slowing down, with the tune by South Korean rapper, PSY, being featured in Dance Central 3 on the Xbox 360 as downloadable content (DLC).

The previous games in the Dance Central series have already received a host of DLC, and a Microsoft spokesperson says Gangnam Style is already one of this year’s most requested songs for the current game.

“With [over 840 million] YouTube views, Gangnam Style and its energetic dance routine is the perfect fit for Dance Central 3’s authentic choreography and accurate, best-in-class motion detection,” the spokesperson said.

The track will be available for download from Xbox Live or the Dance Central Music Store on November 28.

In addition to Gangnam Style, Microsoft has released two tracks by Usher, Euphoria and Twisted, featuring Pharrell. All three tracks will be available for 240 Microsoft Points each, while Usher’s two songs can be purchased together as part of the Usher Pack 01 for 400 Microsoft Points.

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Patrick Budmar

Patrick Budmar

PC World
Topics: Gangnam Style, Dance Central, XBox 360

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Patrick

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Your first sentence is factually inaccurate. You write "The Gangnam Style phenomenon shows no sign of slowing down". Yet there is evidence is slowing down: two weeks ago the song was #1 in Australia. One week ago it dropped to #2. This week it is at #6. Source: http://www.ariacharts.com.au/chart/singles/372

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