Karaoke Busts a Move

From EA games, a chance to make 'em dance while you sing along to disco hits, without ever getting out of your chair

Electronic Arts invites people to style and profile in its upcoming Wii video game, Boogie, a cute and undeniably strange product that combines karaoke and dancing. Players will groove to the beat of (as of this writing) 40 licensed songs, such tracks as YMCA, Brick House and Don't Cha, all the while racking up points and earning tokens to purchase new items. The game looks promising, with plenty of combos and challenges to complete. That said, it may go down in history as one of the few dancing games that doesn't require its users to physically bust a move.

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