Until now, Just Dance has been a staple of Wii collections everywhere, with Just Dance 2
having sold a whopping five million copies so far since it's release. But for the first time in the series' history, as of Just Dance 3, the series is seeing a release on a non-Nintendo console, as the game debuts on Microsoft's Xbox 360, thanks to the ability of the Kinect Sensor to track your entire body, making it a good fit for dancing games (as a quick glance over the Kinect software library should indicate).
To mark this occasion, the Kinect version of the game is getting it's own exclusive mode termed 'Just Create', which uses the Kinect sensor to record your moves, and lets you create your very own dance choreography, before saving it to your hard-drive and giving you the option to send it to your friends over Xbox Live. And for the first time in Kinect's (allbeit short) history, Just Dance 3 lets you have four players competing simultaneously in it's new jump in/jump out multiplayer mode Kinect has never been able to do four people at once, thanks to the obscene amounts of room it needs for just two people, let alone four.
He may be CRAZY, but he sucks at Just Dance...
Just Dance 3 is out on the 11th October, and features forty toe-tapping tracks stay tuned for our preview too, from when we got a chance to strut our stuff at Ubisoft's Summer Seaside Spectacular a few weeks ago.