Posted by Miranda April 05, 2012

The last post about the Muppets started a conversation here at the Clutter office that started something like this.. "The Muppets doesn't beat the changed lyrics in that star wars dance game", "What star wars dance game?", "Oh You're in for a real treat"...  And it turned out I was!

What do you get when you cross Geek and Dance? "Kinect - Star Wars" that's what!  In this game you not only dance your way to bliss as your favorite Star Wars character, but they also change lyrics to well known songs to fit in with the Star Wars theme "ohh ohh this my ship, this my ship" and  "Get the engine binders find up" . Truly an Emerson in Geek. I'm not sure how they got Lucas to agree to this, or how they got the rights to change the words in the Lyrics, but it cracks me up! 

The game was released on April 3rd, and granted I'm only sharing a small part of it with you (the mini games section).  I'm not sure how many hard core Star Wars fans will be jumping off their couches to take part in this number...  but I'd like to be a fly on each and every wall!! 

If you want to watch a full (and manly scathing) review of the game check this out..


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