The market is currently flooded with music and rhythm games of all shapes and sizes, but I’d like to think that GameMill Entertainment‘s latest is a little bit different. You might call it a little bit country, others consider it a little bit rock ‘n’ roll.
Either way, they’ve just announced the full set list for Country Dance, and my toes are already a-tappin’.
Here’s the full list of songs that’ll be included:
- Alan Jackson – Chattahoochee
- Miley Cyrus – Hoedown Throwdown
- Brooks & Dunn – Boot Scootin’ Boogie
- Billy Ray Cyrus – Achy Breaky Heart
- Toby Keith – A Little Less Talk
- Dierks Bentley – What Was I Thinking
- Darius Rucker – Alright
- Gretchen Wilson – Redneck Woman
- Laura Bell Bundy – Giddy On Up
- Randy Travis – Forever and Ever Amen
- Tracy Byrd – Watermelon Crawl
- Josh Turner – Why Don’t We Just Dance
- Luke Brian – Ran is A Good Thing
- Mary Chapin Carpenter – I Feel Lucky
- Jerrod Niemann – Lover Lover
- Josh Thompson – Beer on the Table
- Easton Corbin – A Little More Country Than That
- Carrie Underwood – Cowboy Casanova
- Brad Paisley – Water
- Sugarland – Stuck Like Glue
- Trace Adkins – Honky Tonk Badonkadonk
- Tim McGraw – Just to See You Smile
- Zac Brown Band – Chicken Fried
- Rascal Flatts – Life is A Highway
- Blake Shelton – All About Tonight
- Miranda Lambert – White Liar
- Johnny Cash – Ring of Fire
“With the popularity of country music and the dance genre, it seemed fitting to come out with a dance game featuring some of country’s most popular artists and songs. Between the top-notch choreography and chart-topping hits, this game is sure to get the entire country dancing!”
So says Gary Miller, President at GameMill Entertainment, anyway.
Country Dance will see you dancing along to your favourite country tunes when it’s released later this year for Wii. Using a template we’ve come to know and love, you’ll move the Wii-mote around to replicate the on-screen dance moves as closely as possible – and if you want, you can even challenge your friends and family in a dance-off duel.
No, seriously. I do kinda want this, if only so I can dance around to Johnny Cash, Miley Cyrus and Billy Ray all in the same afternoon. Of course, I could do that now, but if there’s no onscreen avatar, where’s the fun in that?