Dance Central 2 busts out some Rihanna DLC

Na, na, na, na, na, come on! Chains and whips excite us, but so do these Rihanna tracks for Dance Central 2. Actually, "What's My Name" is lukewarm, but "S&M" and "Only Girl (in the World)" more than make up for it.

The Rihanna pack can be purchased tomorrow, December 20, for 640 MSP ($8), or for 240 ($3) a pop. The new tracks join other Rihanna ditties "Rude Boy" on Dance Central 2, "Pon de Replay" from DC1 and "Disturbia," available as DLC.

The Rihanna tracks arrive a month after Dance Central 2 went go-go with Gaga.
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Three New Tracks from Rihanna Coming to "Dance Central 2"
"Dance Central 2," on Kinect for Xbox 360, is helping spread the Christmas cheer with an announcement that adds to the massive list of hit songs from the world's top artists.

Tomorrow, 20th December, three new songs from pop and R&B sensation Rihanna will arrive for "Dance Central 2," available to download on Xbox LIVE Marketplace for 240 Microsoft Points each. Purchase them as a pack for just 640 Microsoft Points – a discount of 80 Microsoft Points! Tracks from Rihanna's fifth studio album, 2010's LOUD, "What's My Name?" featuring Drake, "S&M" and "Only Girl (in the World)" will be added to a line-up that includes "Rude Boy" on "Dance Central 2," "Pon de Replay," importable from the original "Dance Central," and "Disturbia," a Game Add-on also importable from the original "Dance Central."

Rihanna's tracks bolster an already diverse list of more than 100 songs available to "Dance Central 2" players through on-disc tracks, song importing from the original "Dance Central," and downloadable songs on Xbox LIVE Marketplace, including two recently-released songs from Lady Gaga.

Check out a preview of Rihanna's upcoming "Dance Central 2" songs and screenshots at: http://edelmanadmin.psni.com/public/DanceCentral2/ 1. For more information about "Dance Central 2," including a complete track listing of the more than 40 songs available on-disc, spanning a variety of genres from rock to pop, please visit: http://www.dancecentral.com,and as always, feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.