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Dance Central 2 asked to pay for new tracks
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Dance Central 2 asked to pay for new tracks

Microsoft said that customers Dance Dance Central Simulator 2, which offered 40 songs seem a little, it will increase the number of tracks to hundreds of. Microsoft said that customers Dance Dance Central Simulator 2, which offered 40 songs seem a little, it will increase the number of tracks to hundreds - your tunes will imp

Microsoft said that customers Dance Dance Central Simulator 2, which offered 40 songs seem a little, it will increase the number of tracks to hundreds - will import your favorite tunes from the first part of the Dance Central, of course, if you have it. True, there were no dirty tricks - this service will be paid. For the transfer of music tracks from the first Dance Central in the second will have to pay 400 MS Points ($ 5). Of course, it`s not a lot compared to buying the same tunes in the form of supplements. However, a question naturally arises - why people who have already paid money for Dance Central, need to re-pay the same tracks? But the question Microsoft is unlikely to give any answer. However, it is possible to crank all for free. Some retailers, including Amazon, GameStop, and several others, offer a bonus for pre-order 2 Dance Central - the same 400 MS Points. It only remains to recall that the release of the game scheduled for the second half of October, so that placing the order should hurry

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