Surprise! Michael Jackson: The Experience is popular. Across the Wii, PSP, and DS, the game has sold 2 million units. That figure covers North America, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia, but not Japan -- as THQ is quick to point out -- because it's not available in that region just yet.
Perhaps more interestingly, the PlayStation Move and Kinect versions of Michael Jackson: The Experience have been given release dates: April 12 for North America and April 14 for all of those other territories I mentioned above (Again, minus Japan).
New to these versions are Jackson's "Blood on the Dance Floor" and "I Just Can’t Stop Loving You." Also, "additional tracks [are] to be revealed soon." I can't wait to squee like a schoolgirl when those are announced. Yeah, right.
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