Ubisoft Announces The Hip Hop Dance Experience

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Lovers of hip hop, it’s time to put those hands in the air as Ubisoft will be bringing The Hip Hop Dance Experience to your nearest Wii or Xbox 360 with Kinect support. Developed by iNiS, a music game developer, The Hip Hop Dance Experience will feature over 750 hip hop dance moves and 40 hip hop tracks from well-known hip hop artists such as Chris Brown, Flo Rida, Lil Wayne and Pitbull.For those who prefer old-school hip hop, artists such as Run DMC and Rob Base & DJ E-Z Rock will also be featured

Well-renowned choreographers Laurieann Gibson, Dave Scott and Kid David will inject their own routines for the player to emulate at home. Of course, everyone can host a party with The Hip Hop Dance Experience, with multiplayer modes to show off your dance moves to your friends. Customise your avatar and create the ultimate hip hop dancer. The Hip Hop Dance Experience will be released worldwide in November. Check out the first trailer and a behind the scenes look below.


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Behind The Scenes:

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