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Dance Central 3 Announced, Usher-tastic

Posted on Monday, June 4 @ 10:56:44 Eastern by Sebastian_Moss

Easily one of the most successful Kinect franchises around, Dance Central is getting another sequel, with Usher 'ushering' in the announcement with a terrible, stumbling dance routine.

Usher, who will be designing the choreography for two singles, was out of tune and out of sync with the music as he pranced around on stage. He also forgot some of the lyrics and ended up singing "something, something". Players will progress through the popular moves of the '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, and "beyond".

Dance Central 3 will obviously be 360 and Kinect exclusive and is set to release this fall.
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