‘Michael Jackson: The Experience’ Dated For PS3 and 360

You may remember that Michael Jackson: The Experience launched on the Wii, PSP, and DS late last year, and that left a lot of folks wondering when the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions would hit shelves. Yesterday, Ubisoft gave everyone the answer.  Now I’m not about to try and top Dan’s epic pun-filled trailer unveiling from November, but instead I’ll just tell you that if you’re interested in trying it out, you should probably ease on down the road to your nearest game shop, take it off the wall and straight to the register; I know I’ll be there.

The game comes out on April 14 in Europe and two days earlier in North America.  Available only on the PS3 and 360 versions of the game is the ability to both dance and sing, as well as two bonus tracks: ‘Blood on the Dance Floor’ and ‘I Just Can’t Stop Loving You’.


Don’t forget, there’s no shame to enjoying a good dance game.  Don’t hesitate to shake your body – and don’t stop til’ you get enough.  The love for Michael Jackson is still strong… you’re not alone.

Source: Game Informer



  1. Excluding the excerpt and two bonus tracks, there’s 7 Michael Jackson/Jackson 5 songs awkwardly inserted in to this article.

    Can you find them all?

    • Oops, I meant 6.

      • Copy cat. :oD

      • Hey, c’mon now… I was even nice enough to link your original article. :-)

    • I’ve found 3 so I’m half way there.

  2. I’m not gonna repeat my punny post from that other article!
    I am honestly really looking forward to this. I watched This Is It on BluRay the other night to see what I missed (having had tickets to what would have been the third night at the O2) and it blew my mind.
    I can’t wait to fool myself into thinking I look like the legend himself

  3. I’ve already pre-ordered this with Play.com. The packaging is superb. They’ve replaced the standard PS3 box with a large tin of Jesus Juice™.

  4. My brother has this for the wii and I had a go on new years eve. I enjoyed it while watching others and playing it after a few drinks but I wouldn’t gave enjoyed it as much if i was playing it on my own without having a laugh.

  5. Does it include a minigame where you bring his dead body to a dairy, to see how much money you can milk from it?

  6. Pump, pump, pump, pump, pump and then pump some more, why not?

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