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DANCE Announced

The DANCE Homepage heralds development of a free massively multiplayer game from Acclaim and Dave Perry, focusing on the strange bedfellows of games and dancing that have taken the console and arcade worlds by storm (thanks Mike Martinez and Gamers.com). The game is gearing up for beta testing, and here's word from the DANCE FAQ:

Are you ready to DANCE!?

DANCE! Is an amazing new FREE 'club style' dancing game that lets you hang out with your friends, and challenge them on the dance floor.

With the most incredible selection of hit songs from some of the best recording artists in the world, DANCE! always backs up your moves with awesome music tracks.

Male or female, you'll get the chance to create your own dance teams and even compete in nationwide dance battles and competitions!

DANCE! gives you the option to customize your character, to showcase your individual personality. Choose from a huge selection of hair styles, accessories and hip clothes to make your character one of a kind!

Once you're looking good and dancing well, you can expect to find your perfect mate, fall in love, become a couple, enter couples competitions together, and even GET MARRIED!!

Meet new friends, make connections, have fun, and show the clubs that you've become a dancing superstar!

What are you waiting for!?

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45. cool Oct 16, 2006, 15:37 Charlie_Six
 
I hope we get to use dance pads for this game. That'd be cool.  
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44. Re: Needs strippers. Oct 16, 2006, 13:18 Icewind
 
You didn't think of it first, thus why you criticize. If you had, you'd be rolling in a sea of money. I assume you've been to the SL website before, have you actually seen the amount of money that place makes?

I didn't say Second Life was a waste, I said Perry's idea was a waste. Thoguh Riley pretty much corrected your mistake already, so...

 
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43. Re: No subject Oct 16, 2006, 12:33 Fantaz
 
If the game fails he'll just give interviews saying the problem wasn't the game, the problem was the gamers.

LOL!

 
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42. Re: Deve. I'm afraid I can't do that. Oct 16, 2006, 10:48 Beamer
 
Most casual gamers arent hardcore, they like things like the sims, rollercoaster tycoon etc.

You know, I keep hearing this, but I've never seen proof of it.

Yeah, dumb sims sell well.
But so do FPS games. And WoW has 6 million players.

I can think of maybe 5 people in my life that I'd call "casual gamers," and they're all female. Every guy I know would much rather play something a bit more serious. Every. Even if they only play games an hour a week they'd rather do it with a game that demands a bit more from you, be it Mario Kart or Halo.

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41. Re: Needs strippers. Oct 16, 2006, 10:18 Riley Pizt
 
Second Life (another MMO) already has that,
That and the virtual sex is why that game has survived. That is my point here. Without the "horizontal mambo," this game will die like the Sims Online.

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40. Re: Deve. I'm afraid I can't do that. Oct 16, 2006, 08:08 Beaner
 
Actually this is a brilliant idea for a mulitplayer game that will attract buyers that usually dont play video games.

Most casual gamers arent hardcore, they like things like the sims, rollercoaster tycoon etc.

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39. Re: Needs strippers. Oct 16, 2006, 01:53 Masa
 

Time for Davey boy to go back to the drawing board.

You didn't think of it first, thus why you criticize. If you had, you'd be rolling in a sea of money. I assume you've been to the SL website before, have you actually seen the amount of money that place makes?

 
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38. Gay marriage anyone? Oct 16, 2006, 01:13 TorTorden
 
Once you're looking good and dancing well, you can expect to find your perfect mate, fall in love, become a couple, enter couples competitions together, and even GET MARRIED!!

The anti gay marriage movement should be realy happy about this game,,,

How many female elf's are running around in Wow being played by 26yr old guys?


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37. Re: Needs strippers. Oct 16, 2006, 00:54 Icewind
 
Anyone care to guess how many months weeks it will take before the dance clubs in this game are replaced with strip clubs to try to keep the game from going under?

I don't know, Second Life (another MMO) already has that, if the articles I've read on it are to be believed. Better still, the dancers there actually make real world money somehow.

Time for Davey boy to go back to the drawing board.

 
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36. Needs strippers. Oct 15, 2006, 23:45 Riley Pizt
 
What are you waiting for!?
strippers

Anyone care to guess how many months weeks it will take before the dance clubs in this game are replaced with strip clubs to try to keep the game from going under?

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35. Re: No subject Oct 15, 2006, 23:28 Riley Pizt
 
thought Acclaim went out of buisness a few years ago
It did. This is not the same Acclaim. This is a Korean company that just bought the name.

I suppose the company bought it so it would have an already tarnished name to attach to this game piece of crap.

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34. Re: No subject Oct 15, 2006, 23:04 FourPak
 
ahahaha a game for 13 yr old girls who think they're 21 and 14 yr old suburban white boys trying to be black and straight outta Compton yo.

Will the Wii version use the controller to allow 'lightsticking'?
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Are free tabs of Ecstasy included in every box?

A product that could be summed up: 'Look Cool Act Cool Talk Cool Be Cool' is an Instant Hit in our low-double-digit-IQ society . The one possible danger is if they get someone who isn't cool enough (this week) to promote the product.

 
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33. Re: Think About This Oct 15, 2006, 22:48 wtf_man
 
Imagine a Grand Theft Auto style environment. But with one twist. The whole world is a musical. And your mission is to create the biggest musical/dance street scene. You know what I'm talking about. You're in front of a group of hundreds made up from the local people walking down the street. Policemen, Firefighters, Business men. All behind you with a various vechiles bringing up the rear. Would be awesome...

I think you've been smokin'...

...too many pickles.

 
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32. it's AWN! Oct 15, 2006, 22:30 Larry
 
Someone get get Trey & Matt to serve deez muthuphukuhs.

!wootiewootwoot!

 
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31. it's AWN! Oct 15, 2006, 22:30 Larry
 
Someone get get Trey & Matt to serve deez muthuphukuhs.

!wootiewootwoot!

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30. Re: Think About This Oct 15, 2006, 22:26 nin
 
Imagine a Grand Theft Auto style environment. But with one twist. The whole world is a musical. And your mission is to create the biggest musical/dance street scene. You know what I'm talking about. You're in front of a group of hundreds made up from the local people walking down the street. Policemen, Firefighters, Business men. All behind you with a various vechiles bringing up the rear. Would be awesome...

You mean this?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vMeI6lkHYdc




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29. Think About This Oct 15, 2006, 22:13 Shooman
 
Imagine a Grand Theft Auto style environment. But with one twist. The whole world is a musical. And your mission is to create the biggest musical/dance street scene. You know what I'm talking about. You're in front of a group of hundreds made up from the local people walking down the street. Policemen, Firefighters, Business men. All behind you with a various vechiles bringing up the rear. Would be awesome...

 
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28. Re: No subject Oct 15, 2006, 21:58 Pornosaur
 
I thought Acclaim went out of buisness a few years ago, where is my Wizards and Warriors online game.

 
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27. Re: No subject Oct 15, 2006, 21:09 Kosumo
 

Male or female, you'll get the chance to create your own dance teams and even compete in nationwide dance battles and competitions!


If I cant make the greatest all she-male super Dance troop since, since, well ..... I have no idea, but I think its wrong to denie people the opertunity to cross dress in computer games.

You cant fake that flamboucey it takes to be a transvestite (except maybe Tim Curry in Rocky Horror)

Got to go, my fish net stocking need to be washed.

 
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26. Re: No subject Oct 15, 2006, 20:37 xx
 
but what is there left to do once you reached level 60?
maybe grinding is good for once.

whoops. i didn't mean grinding but hugs and long walks on the beach while i listen to every friggin thing she babbles on about.

 
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