Dance Central Spotlight Coming to Xbox One in September

By   /   Jun 9, 2014

It’s time to start rehearsing some of your moves, as Harmonix, the creator of the well-acclaimed Dance Central series, has announced the new Dance Central Spotlight at the Microsoft Xbox conference during the E3.

Dance Central Spotlight will bring additional new moves & routines, and a completely new fitness mode to keep your daily exercise requirements in check.

The game utilizes the new Kinect motion sensor that comes bundled with the Xbox One, though you might miss out on the groovy fun if you plan to collect he Kinect-less Xbox One that comes $100 cheaper, to be available in this month.

The previous game in the dancing series came out in 2012 after being announced at the E3 the same year. Dance Central Spotlight is expected to have a similar release window of September this year as a downloadable game from the Xbox Store.

Stay tuned as we bring you more E3 coverage and exciting news from the entire gaming world.

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