‘Smooth Criminal,’ ‘Black or White’ and ‘They Don’t Care About Us’
Debuting Exclusively at Tokyo Game Show
Ubisoft® revealed three new tracks that players will be able to perform in Michael Jackson The Experience, the video game that allows players to experience the magic of the King of Pop by dancing and singing to some of his biggest hits in environments inspired by his most iconic music videos. The Wii™ version of the game is playable at the Tokyo Game Show, a consumer and trade show that had taken place in Tokyo, Japan on September 16–19. Smooth Criminal, Black or White and They Don’t Care About Us will be available to play for the first time.
The Michael Jackson The Experience lineup of tracks announced to date now includes:
- Beat It
- Billie Jean
- Black or White
- Earth Song
- Smooth Criminal
- The Girl Is Mine
- They Don’t Care About Us
- Who Is It
- Workin’ Day And Night
Ubisoft Montpellier, in collaboration with Ubisoft Paris has put all of its expertise into crafting Michael Jackson The Experience for the Wii system from Nintendo to match the expectations of Michael Jackson fans across the globe. With multiplayer mode on Wii, fans are never alone as up to three more players can get in on the performance and perform Michael Jackson’s greatest moves together.
Michael Jackson The Experience for Wii will make learning to dance like the ultimate pop icon fun and accessible for everyone. In Michael’s School Mode, players will be able to rehearse before their show, with video training to practice Michael’s most challenging moves in order to pull them off to perfection.
Michael Jackson The Experience for Wii™ is playable at the Tokyo Game Show at the Ubisoft booth, located at 360m².
Michael Jackson The Experience will be available for Wii™, Nintendo DS™ system and the PSP® (PlayStation®Portable) system on November 23 in North America, November 25 in Europe, Middle East and Asia and pre-orders for PlayStation®Move for the PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system and Microsoft Kinect™ for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, which will be in stores in early 2011.
In cas you missed it, check out the trailer below: