Activision Publishing’s Dancing With The Stars(TM): We Dance! Out Now for Wii(TM) and Nintendo DS(TM)

SANTA MONICA, Calif., Oct 31, 2008 /PRNewswire-FirstCall via COMTEX News Network/ — Glamour and grace are gliding into videogames with the announcement that Activision Publishing, Inc.’s (Nasdaq: ATVI) Dancing with the Stars(TM): We Dance! is available now for Wii(TM) and Nintendo DS(TM). Following the success of last year’s Dancing with the Stars videogame, Activision has worked closely with Disney-ABC Television Group’s ABC Entertainment and BBC Worldwide America to make Dancing with the Stars(TM): We Dance! something truly special.

The Wii(TM) version improves on the original with refined controls, where players vigorously use the Wii Remote(TM) and Nunchuck(TM) to strut their stuff on the dance floor. Other additions include all-new special “flair” moves that are bound to work up a sweat. Dancing with the Stars(TM): We Dance! for Nintendo DS(TM) lets players take their favorite moves anywhere, and features the ability to change outfits and swap partners to maximize your performance.

Dancing with the Stars(TM): We Dance! includes all-new stars such as season five champion Helio Castroneves, actress Jennie Garth, season four runner-up Joey Fatone, and season two champ, Drew Lachey. Players will also be able to boogie down with new professional dancers like Derek Hough and his sister, two-time “Dancing with the Stars” champion, Julianne Hough. In addition to some hot new dancers and celebrities there will be chart-busting megahits including “Bootylicious”, “Push It”, “Mony Mony”, “She Bangs”, and “Joker and the Thief.”

“The ‘Dancing with the Stars’ show ups the ante every season in terms of excitement,” said David Oxford, Activision Publishing, Inc. “We had to do the same with the game. Dancing with the Stars(TM): We Dance! is a fresh way for fans of the program to get together and have fun, or enjoy it when on the go.”

Dancing with the Stars(TM): We Dance! is available for Wii(TM) for $39.99 and Nintendo DS(TM) for $19.99. Both versions have a rating of “E 10+” for Ages 10 and up by the ESRB.

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