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Dancing to country music? Why not!

We’ve finally found a video game for all you country gals! Available now, you can dance to over 25 of your favorite country tune’s in GameMill Entertainment’s Country Dance for Wii. Featuring 18 CMA winners, and hits from past and present, we can’t stop grooving in our (cowgirl!) boots.

What to expect?
There are four game modes: “Normal,” which lets you dance your little heart out and see how many moves you can nail, “Perfection,” for the experts to really show off their top moves, “Freeze Dance,” a twist on the classic that makes you freeze your dancing when prompted, and “Finally,” which will give ya a quick tutorial.

Songs on the game come from artists like Luke Bryan, Carrie Underwood and Miranda Lambert. Don’t worry though, Miley Cyrus and Billy Ray are on there, too. You can learn the Hoedown Throwdown and get a work out at the same time. Plus, you can dance in different venues and have different characters, making the experience more adventurous.

The game is for 1-4 players and we know it’ll have your blood pumpin’… Not to mention it’ll make for some funny home vids. Think Just Dance but with some good ol’ southern charm. Be sure to grab your own copy of Country Dance and let us know your thoughts.

Grab the game here!

Are you a country music fan? Who is your fave artist? Blog about it, babes.

BY CAITLIN FARLEY ON 5/12/2011 8:00:00 AM


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