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NYCC: Backstreet's back...alright!


10:00 AM on 10.09.2010



Wanna see something slightly embarrassing? Check out our own Nick Chester (along with former Dtoider and now Sony boy Rey Gutierrez and some attractive dancers) playing upcoming PS3 game Singstar Dance. This game works the PlayStation Move controller into the standard Singstar formula for singing and dancing. And bad Pop. I think the combination of the iffy singing, dancers and the Backstreet Boys song selection works for this video, though.

"Am I sexual? Yeeeaaaaahhh."

This...happening went down at an offsite PlayStation event Sony held in New York, timed to go alongside Comic-Con. What you couldn't see outside the shot during this performances was the many onlookers, comprised of other press members and PlayStation PR. Their faces ranged from slightly amused to slightly annoyed. I would have instead gone with N*Sync's "Bye, Bye, Bye" for full effect to get those faces really moving in one direction or another.






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