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Superclub anthems hit the We Dance floor (WII)

Nordic Games is excited to announce that the first downloadable content pack for We Dance is now available, featuring songs 100% from Ministry of Sound. The original We Dance tracklist boasts 40 top selling hits and now the synch deal between Nordic Games and Ministry of Sound brings fans an additional five dance tracks that have been hits in clubs across the globe. The tracks now available for download are:

YARS         Enur — Calabria 
         Sidney Samson — Riverside (Let’s Go!) (feat. Wizard Sleeve)
         Byron Stingily — Get Up (Everybody)
         Studio B — I See Girls (Crazy)
         Benny Benassi — Satisfaction

“Working with the Ministry of Sound on this deal fulfils our ambition to offer fans of the ‘We’ range of games the best of the best. Ministry of Sound has been around for the last twenty years and they know exactly how to make dance songs that get people up on their feet, which is exactly why this is such a great partnership for us.” said Nik Blower, sales and marketing director, Nordic Games. “It sets a precedent for what we’d like to do with future DLC content across the We Sing and We Dance series of games.”

Each track offers players specially choreographed dance routines that have been specifically designed for the upbeat and energetic tracks that Ministry of Sound are known for producing. All five tracks will support the games’ three styles of play — using the Wii Remote, using the dance mat accessory such as Nordic Games’ Star Mat or a combination of both — making it the most challenging and rewarding dancing game on the market.

The five songs are the first five available in the Dance Shop, We Dance’s online store, and cost 300 Wii Points™ each. The first We Dance DLC pack is available to download now.

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