Game Name: Just Dance
Release Date: November 27, 2009
It’s time to get the party started: crank up the tunes and Just Dance!
London, UK - December 17th, 2010 – Today, Ubisoft® announced a new batch of Just Dance 2 downloadable tracks available on the WiiTM Shop Channel. To celebrate Christmas, Just Dance 2 owners can now get directly on their Wii console: Panic At The Disco's Nine In The Afternoon, Lou Bega's Mambo N° 5 (A Little Bit of Monika), Carl Douglas'Kung Fu Fighting (Dave Ruffy / Mark Wallis Remix), Tom Jones'It's Not Unusual, and Chicken Payback by A Band of Bees , priced at 300 Wii points each. And because a Xmas without gifts would not be a real Xmas, an additional track, Crazy Christmas by Santa Clones will be available for free from December 17th to 27th.
Those tracks join the ten titles already downloadable on the WiiTM Shop Channel: Katy Perry's Firework, available for free; Rihanna's Pon de Replay, M|A|R|R|S's Pump Up the Volume, Barbie Girl, Steppenwolf's Born To Be Wild, Professor Pumplestickle, Maniac, V V Brown's Crying Blood, The Reverend Horatio Duncan & Amos Sweets' Down By The Riverside and Futebol Crazy by The World Cup Girls, all priced at 300 Wii points each.
For more information about Just Dance 2, please visit www.justdancegame.com.
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