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Posted on Tuesday, September 13 @ 07:45:12 PST by

Grease, yes Grease, the very last movie/musical you'd ever expect to be adapted into a video game, is coming to Kinect and PlayStation Move on October 25th. The game features Grease's "signature choreography" and "legendary songs" so you can dance and sing along like you were John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John in the '70s.

The game supports up to eight players for two teams of four. One team can be the Pink Ladies; the other, the T-Birds. Who knows, I'm just making that up. Not the eight players part; that's real.

Grease is all about singing and dancing, it doesn't matter if you're even good:

It doesn't matter if you win or lose, it's what you do with your dancin' shoes.
~Vince Fontaine, Grease (1978)

I will guarantee that there will be an Achievement/Trophy called "It's Electrifying".

It's funny, I know all of this Grease stuff from pop-culture alone. I've never once actually watched the movie all the way through (nor for more than 15 minutes), and I've never seen the musical. I did, however, pull that quote from IMDB.

Any Grease fans out there? Did I get my facts right?

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