File this one in the rumor mill for now, as there’s been no official word to back up this claim. On Amazon, however, it would appear that Just Dance: Disney Party is slated with an October 23, 2012 release date. The listing has been up there for at least a week or more with no change or alterations, so maybe there’s some truth to this? Stay tuned while we find out more information.
Ubisoft and Disney Interactive have announced at E3, the upcoming new addition to the Just Dance franchise, the newly revealed Just Dance: Disney Party. The announcement comes on the heels of yet another E3 reveal in the same series, Just Dance 4, announced just the day before.
Disney Interactive is hosting demos of the Disney Party edition at E3 starting today. Tony Key, senior vice president of sales and marketing for Ubisoft North America said, “We’re proud to be collaborating with Disney at a time when the Just Dance franchise is growing and evolving to reach new fans. Just Dance: Disney Party allows families have an authentic Disney experience through dance right in their own living rooms.” Check out the track list and more info after the break.
Continuing its drum beat of promotion for that release date of March 20th, Pixar Studios has released more gameplay footage for Kinect Rush: A Disney Pixar Adventure. The new footage details the playable Pixar worlds such as Toy Story, Cars, Up, The Incredibles and Ratatouille, all of which promise to be immersive and uniquely different from one another. For more details concerning the game, play mechanics, and goals of Pixar with this release, check out a previously posted interview here.
FamilyGamerTV recently posted a video interview with Pixar Studio’s Jay Ward concerning the upcoming game Kinect Rush. In the interview, Ward discusses the rating, various mechanics of the game and some of the aspects of the gameplay, expressing an interest in choosing movies that would blend well with diverse feels and styles of play. With a release date of March 20th for the US and March 23rd for the UK/Europe, Kinect Rush encompasses five unique Pixar worlds from the films of Ratatouille, The Incredibles, Toy Story, Cars and Up. Check the video below for all the details and thoughts put into this venture.
We’ve got a new batch of screenshots and a movie from Disney’s latest Kinect-related foray into the gaming world, and luckily they show us a little about what we can expect from the game. The video gives a great intro to some of the activities you’ll experience in the game, but more importantly it shows off some wicked cool full-body capture and how it is used in the game to create characters that look like you. The six screens cover all five of the films represented in the game, and the one from Up features a glimpse at what you might look like after being scanned. Pop on over to Joystiq to check out the rest of the screens, or watch the video after the break.