Country Dance All Stars Announced

By Michelle Balsan, 4 years ago
GameMill Entertainment has revealed today that they will be bringing their dance-game franchise, Country Dance, to the Xbox 360 later this year. Previously only available on the Wii, Country Dance All Stars, will mark the franchise's Kinect debut.

Along with the obvious Kinect-necessary dancing, Country Dance All Stars will also allow you to sing along as you move to the music. It will also feature competitive and co-op play, as you can choose to challenge your friends to a dance-off or work together to get high scores. There will also be line-dancing routines and, of course, you can have the Kinect snap photos of you throughout your gameplay experience.

The game will feature 35 tracks from a variety of Country Music's biggest stars. In case you were curious as to whether a song you like made the cut, a partial track list was released today

Alan Jackson - “Good Time”
Ashton Shepard – “Look It Up”
Billy Currington – “People Are Crazy”
Blake Shelton – “All About Tonight”
Brad Paisley - “Water”
Brooks & Dunn – “Boot Scootin’ Boogie”
Carrie Underwood – “Cowboy Cassanova”
Chad Brownlee – “Carried Away”
Dierks Bentley – “What Was I Thinking”
Easton Corbin – “Roll With It”
Eric Church – “Hell On The Heart”
Gwyneth Paltrow – “Shake That Thing”
Jason Aldean – “My Kinda Party”
Josh Turner – “Why Don’t We Just Dance”
Katie Armiger – “Best Song Ever”
Kellie Pickler – “Tough”
Lady Antebellum – “Lookin’ For A Good Time”
Laura Bell Bundy – “Giddy On Up”
Miranda Lambert – “White Liar”
Zac Brown Band – “Chicken Fried”
In addition to the 35 on disc tracks, GameMill promises that Country Dance All Stars will be supported post release with DLC featuring new songs and new routines.

No launch date or pricing has been announced as yet, but we'll be sure to bring you that information as soon as it's available!
Michelle Balsan
Written by Michelle Balsan
Michelle is the Assistant Manager of the Newshounds at TrueAchievements and has been a member of staff since 2010. When not contributing to gaming websites, she makes her living as a mild-mannered librarian. She can be compelled to play just about anything if there's a co-op component, and has been playing games with friends and siblings since the Atari 2600. As it's reportedly healthy to have hobbies outside of gaming, she also roots for some of the most difficult sporting franchises to root for, the New York Mets and New York Jets, but offsets that by rooting for the New Jersey Devils. She's also seen pretty much none of the movies you have, but she's working on that.