When the shipment of Ubisoft's Vita launch day games arrived, Michael Jackson: The Experience was set aside, along with Asphalt: Injection and Dungeon Hunter Alliance, three unfortunate side-effects of getting my hands on Rayman and Lumines.
Two years ago, Michael Jackson unexpectedly passed away. According to NME, Jackson's once debt-ridden estate is now making hundreds of millions ($300 million plus!) thanks to posthumous output like This Is It! and the game Michael Jackson: The Experience. [NME]
Experience the excitement. Experience the magic. For the umpteenth time. But in glasses-free 3D. After being released on the PSP, the PS3 (Move), the Xbox 360 (Kinect), the Wii, and the Nintendo DS, Michael Jackson: The Experience is moonwalking its way onto the Nintendo 3DS this fall.
Some publishers of Nintendo DS games like to install their own anti-piracy measures, which while being unable to prevent pirates from physically copying a game, can prevent people from enjoying those pirated copies.
Michael Jackson's white glove, which he first wore when performing the moonwalk for the first time, became a trademark symbol of one of the greatest musicians to have ever lived. And it's now free for purchasers of a Wii game!
Video games have now given the society at least two things: 1) children with better hand-eye coordination and 2) the opportunity for people dressed as Chewbacca to dance to Michael Jackson. Updated with superior video.
My rhythm is off, and I am completely out of step. This is the easiest song on the Wii version of Michael Jackson: The Experience. And the experience so far is difficult.
Michael Jackson has always been big in Japan, and Ubisoft's Michael Jackson The Experience is no exception, hitting TGS hard with three newly revealed tracks and a new trailer, complete with creepy MJ stand-in.
After seeing Ubisoft's Michael Jackson The Experience demonstrated live on the Wii yesterday, I am overcome with emotions, from impressed to totally creeped out.
Ubisoft's Michael Jackson The Experience will be playable at this month's GamesCom in Germany, alongside Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed Brotherhood, R.U.S.E. and a slew of other upcoming titles.