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Country Dance Comes to Wii Consoles
GameMill Entertainment premiered Country Dance, the first dancing video game designed with country fans in mind, for Nintendo's Wii console in Nashville on Tuesday (March 15). The game features 27 songs from top artists such as Alan Jackson, Toby Keith, Miranda Lambert, Tim McGraw, Brad Paisley, Rascal Flatts, Sugarland and Carrie Underwood, as well as newcomers like Luke Bryan, Laura Bell Bundy, Easton Corbin and Jerrod Niemann and legacy artists like Mary Chapin Carpenter, Johnny Cash and Randy Travis. Up to four players at a time can choose between multiple game modes, including competitive and cooperative styles, as they use the Wii remote to mimic the dancer on their screen. The game lists for $39.99 and is meant to be family-friendly with a rating of E10 (everyone 10 and up). Games purchased at Wal-Mart will include a bonus track, Alan Jackson's "Good Time." Watch videos of songs from the game.
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