Behold "Professor Pumplestickle" from Just Dance 2, available as Just Dance 3 DLC tomorrow on Xbox 360, and the following day on Wii. Also available are The Reverend Horatio Duncan & Amos Sweets' "Down by the Riverside," Kim Wilde's "Kids in America," and the Gorillaz' "Dare."

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FOUR NEW DLC TRACKS AND DANCE PACK FOR JUST DANCE® 3

What:
Four New DLC Tracks Plus One Spring Break Pack Available for Just Dance 3

Platform:
Kinect™ for Xbox 360® and Nintendo Wii™

Where:
The In-game Just Dance store for Nintendo Wii and Xbox LIVE® Marketplace

When:
March 13th for Kinect™ and March 14th for Wii

Price:
240 Microsoft Points each
250 Wii Points™ each

Rating:
ESRB E (Everyone)

Details:
Today, Ubisoft® released new downloadable content for Just Dance® 3, the world's #1 dance game brand.

The four new DLC songs include Nick Phoenix and Thomas Bergersen's "Professor Pumplestickle," a whimsical number for any duo ready to bust out fun theatrical dance moves; The Reverend Horatio Duncan & Amos Sweets' "Down by the Riverside," an upbeat gospel-inspired song that will have you up and dancing in no time; Kim Wilde's "Kids in America," a rad British pop song featuring awesome 80's pop dance moves; and Gorillaz's "Dare," an alternative hip hop rock song with a cool funky dance number. The tracks can be downloaded through the in-game Just Dance store for the Nintendo Wii for 250 Wii Points, or on Xbox LIVE Marketplace for the Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system from Microsoft for 240 Microsoft Points.

The spring break pack includes three songs: Thomas Bergersen's "Professor Pumplestickle," The Reverend Horatio Duncan & Amos Sweets' "Down by the Riverside," and Kim Wilde's "Kids in America." The pack can be downloaded through the in-game Just Dance store for the Nintendo Wii for 600 Wii Points, or on Xbox LIVE Marketplace for the Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system from Microsoft for 640 Microsoft Points.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.