Disney Fantasia: Music Evolved debuts on Xbox this October

Disney Fantasia: Music Evolved will bring its imaginative sound sorcery to the Xbox One and Xbox 360 on October 21. Developed by Rock Band creator Harmonix, Disney Fantasia explores the vivid imagery and music of Disney's symphonic film, but with a modern spin and a conductor-like wave of the arm in front of Kinect.

As part of its release date announcement, Harmonix is showing off another one of Fantasia's hub environments, through which new songs can be discovered and brought into the world. "The Neighborhood" is a surreal glimpse at a 1980s New York, with a pastel sky bursting behind skyscrapers. As you poke around the city and complete songs, such as MIA's "Galang" and "The Real Me" by The Who, billboards and graffiti creatures come to life. And if you look in the right place, you can teach some cool vegetables how to be street performers.

For more on Disney Fantasia: Music Evolved, head past the break to see the newest batch songs and footage of what it's like playing the game.
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Disney Fantasia: Music Evolved (The Neighborhood)

Latest songs:
  • The Police - "Message in a Bottle"
  • Depeche Mode - "Enjoy the Silence"
  • Tchaikovsky - "The Nutcracker Medley"
  • Drake - "Take Care (featuring Rihanna)"
  • The Who - "The Real Me"
  • MIA - "Galang"

This article was originally published on Joystiq.