Ubisoft released Michael Jackson: The Experience shortly after the singer's death. It has been on virtually every platform now with the release of a Vita version at launch. Does it improve on the past attempts?

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Ubisoft has remade last year's Michael Jackson: The Experience from the ground up for the Nintendo 3DS. Can a dancing game translate well onto a handheld system?

Ubisoft is introducing starting today, a new line of items to make your Xbox avatar look like the King of Pop, Michael Jackson.The collection includes items from the live performance of Billie Jean as well as Thriller and Smooth Criminal.

Ever since the announcement of a Michael Jackson dance game at last years E3 we could have only thought that it would be a perfect idea. The game seemed like it was made for the Kinect but with bad execution it only makes us wish the whole thing could be done again. Michael Jackson: The Experience suffers from technical issues and lack of care across the entire games.

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"With Michael Jackson The Experience, Ubisoft wants to give fans a chance to learn performance techniques used by The King of Pop. While the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions (available in 2011) will offer a full experience with both singing and dancing that utilizes the entire body, the Wii entry only offers the dance component that feels more like timed arm swinging than an actual performance."

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Ubisoft held their annual UbiNight and John from All Age Gaming was there and had a chance to go hands on with 8 of Ubisoft's upcoming games spanning the PS3, Xbox 360 and the Wii.

The North American box art has apparently been revealed for the Nintendo Wii version of the upcoming dancing video game, Michael Jackson: The Experience.

The anticipated dance game Michael Jackson The Experience will be delayed. The reason has something to do with refining the game for new technologies.