Major publisher Electronic Arts has announced that it's expanding its new Boogie
singing/dancing game franchise beyond the Wii, with plans for a newly designed, 3D glasses-utilizing Nintendo DS version, as well as a PlayStation 2 conversion of the Wii original.
According to the publisher, all the new modes in the Nintendo DS version of the game can be experienced in full 3D using special glasses packed in to the retail box. These modes include DS Download Play and Multi-Card Play, three main dancing gamplay modes including Copycat, Freestyle and Choreography, as well as more than 10 mini-games. Players can also dive into the career mode for a deeper experience.
Boogie on the PlayStation 2 showcases the game’s signature dancing and singing gameplay. Players can sing along to their favorite tunes or dance to the latest hit songs as well as catch their best dance moves, record their own voice and make music videos with the music video creator.
Both EA Montreal-developed games features new versions of tracks made popular by music artists such as The Jackson 5, Kool & The Gang, Black Eyed Peas and Britney Spears, and the new versions of Boogie
are due to ship this holiday season in North America.