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Next Month's Dance Central 2 DLC Makes Me Want To Shoot Myself In The Face

Posted on Monday, January 30 @ 15:06:40 Eastern by

In case you were wondering, that was LMFAO? Holy Fucking Shit I Want To Murder Those Assholes And Remove All Record Of Them From This Earth. You'd better remember that for next time.

Yes, Dance Central 2 will add that one song that always makes you reach for the letter opener so you can stick it right in your ear and shove it all the way through so that it actually stabs both of your ear drums. Here's the upcoming DLC schedule for Harmonix's latest dancing game:
  • Forget You - Cee Lo (January 31st, 240 MSP)
  • Say Hey (I Love You) - Michael Franti and Spearhead (February 14th, 240 MSP)
  • Milkshake - Kelis (February 21st, 240 MSP)
  • Party Rock Anthem - LMFAO (February 28th, 240 MSP)
What's the dance move where you fall over and break your neck so you don't have to hear the rest of the song?
Related Games:   Dance Central 2
Tags:   MTV, Rock Band, harmonix, DLC
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