Universal Music have teamed up with Mindscape to announce their entry for Kinect, titled Dance Paradise. In a press release, the developers stated everyone will be able to “step up” to Dance Paradise. The game will have a large playlist, & dance sequences for all tastes and levels. Thanks to a partnership with Universal Music, Mindscape believe they will be able to create the complete dance experience, which will appeal to children, parents, fans of classic hits, and die hard clubbers. The game promises colorful backdrops, beaches, discos, casino and more!

Read on for the list of confirmed tracks and the release date!

Dance Paradise joins Harmonix’s Dance Central Konami’s Dance Masters and Ubisoft’s Michael Jackson: The Experience as the fourth dancing game for Kinect.

Players will able to strut their stuff to ‘dance sequences which have been designed for all tastes and all levels’.

Dance Paradise Tracks

Check out the confirmed tracks below:

  • Akon – Bellydancer
  • Caesars – Jerk It Out
  • Cassius – Toop Toop
  • Daft Punk – Around The World
  • David Guetta ft Kelly Rowland – When Love Takes Over
  • Geri Halliwell – It’s Raining Men
  • Gwen Stefani – What You Are Waiting For
  • Kool & the Gang – Celebration
  • Lady Gaga – Bad Romance
  • Laroux – Bulletproof
  • Lily Allen – F*** You
  • MC Hammer – Can’t Touch This
  • Mika – We are Golden
  • No Doubt – Hey Baby
  • Pussycat Dolls – When I Grow Up
  • Snoop Dogg ft Pharrell – Beautiful
  • Sophie Ellis Bextor – Murder on the Dancefloor
  • Supergrass – Alright
  • Taio Cruz – Break Your Heart
  • Yelle – À cause des garçons

This game will be released the 10th of November.

Dance Paradise Press Release

The idea is simple: everyone can bust a move on Dance Paradise thanks to a playlist and dance sequences which have been designed for all tastes and all levels. Thanks to its partnership with Universal and its subsidiary labels, Mindscape has created an ultra-complete dance game which will appeal to children, parents, fans of classic hits and even the most die-hard of clubbers. In heavenly, colourful settings (beaches, discos, casinos, etc.), dance floor kings and queens to be can challenge each other in different multiplayer modes. Two dancers are clearly recognised by the Kinect camera, which is able to give them each a score. Who will be most in time? And, to make sure you are always entertained, new songs can be downloaded via Xbox LIVE®online entertainment network.

So, do you think these are the kind of music titles that will make people want to buy Dance Paradise? Do you think there’s room for one more Kinect dance title? Share your thoughts below! Expect more news the coming weeks. For a complete list of games for Kinect check this elaborate list.