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THE BUZZ: Ubisoft has registered a domain that points to a new entry for the hit franchise Just Dance. Joystiq is reporting that on March 2, Ubisoft registered the domain Just Dance Propel. The URL is currently not live, so there is no way to know what could be in the works. We are however, inclined to believe there will be lots of glowing lights and plenty of dancing involved.

EGM’s TAKE: This series is a hit, no two ways about it, so every new entry is going to be a big deal. Having the word Propel in the title makes of think of some sort of momentum based mechanical update to the franchise. Although, that sort of forward thinking game design is exactly what Ubisoft needs to avoid to keep their mega franchise in the hearts of their casual audience.

Source: Joystiq

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New Just Dance Domain Registered

Ubisoft has registered a domain that points to a new entry for the hit franchise Just Dance.

By EGM Staff | 03/10/2012 01:21 PM PT

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THE BUZZ: Ubisoft has registered a domain that points to a new entry for the hit franchise Just Dance. Joystiq is reporting that on March 2, Ubisoft registered the domain Just Dance Propel. The URL is currently not live, so there is no way to know what could be in the works. We are however, inclined to believe there will be lots of glowing lights and plenty of dancing involved.

EGM’s TAKE: This series is a hit, no two ways about it, so every new entry is going to be a big deal. Having the word Propel in the title makes of think of some sort of momentum based mechanical update to the franchise. Although, that sort of forward thinking game design is exactly what Ubisoft needs to avoid to keep their mega franchise in the hearts of their casual audience.

Source: Joystiq

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