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It’s time to dust off the Kinect Sensor and push everything in the living room against the walls: Dance Central 3‘s Xbox Live demo is out. Also, make sure the neighbors are gone if you have thin walls.

Microsoft’s Major Nelson just made the announcement late last night, likely while wearing dance shoes.

As a taste of the full retail experience, there’s a small sample serving of songs to try, although the one that’s probably going to get the most airtime is “Starships” by Nicki Minaj.

Party Time is also packed-in with the demo, which lets you make up your own dance moves rather than having to follow the game’s direction and choreographed steps. Don’t do anything too R-rated, though—no grinding or “twerking.”

Source: Major Nelson

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PSA: Dance Central 3 Demo Now Available On Xbox Live

It's time to dust off the Kinect Sensor and push everything in the living room against the walls: Dance Central 3's Xbox Live demo is out. Also, make sure the neighbors are gone if you have thin walls.

By EGM Staff | 10/1/2012 02:25 PM PT

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It’s time to dust off the Kinect Sensor and push everything in the living room against the walls: Dance Central 3‘s Xbox Live demo is out. Also, make sure the neighbors are gone if you have thin walls.

Microsoft’s Major Nelson just made the announcement late last night, likely while wearing dance shoes.

As a taste of the full retail experience, there’s a small sample serving of songs to try, although the one that’s probably going to get the most airtime is “Starships” by Nicki Minaj.

Party Time is also packed-in with the demo, which lets you make up your own dance moves rather than having to follow the game’s direction and choreographed steps. Don’t do anything too R-rated, though—no grinding or “twerking.”

Source: Major Nelson

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