Dance Central is certainly one of my most anticipated games coming out for the Kinect because it's a dancing game that doesn't require you to hold a controller of some sort and wave it around. You can't get away with pretending to dance either because Microsoft's new motion-sensing camera will know if you're not getting those legs up high enough or moving your shoulders to the beat. With more than 600 actual dance moves, Dance Central is going to force you to get off that lazy butt of yours and teach you a thing or two about dancing. During our visit to Harmonix in Cambridge, Massachusetts, we met with project director Kasson Crooker and choreographer Marcos Aguirre to find out how the idea came about and how a song made it into a game. For more info on the game and how it plays, please read our latest preview here.
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