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Mario busts a move in Just Dance 3 in the UK


The Japanese version of Just Dance 3 shipped with the above track featuring Nintendo's mascot and now it's coming to the UK as DLC. Players will be able to download the track for 250 Wii Points tomorrow through the in-game store.

There's currently no word on when the track will be available in the US version of Just Dance 3, but Ubisoft has at least confirmed to Joystiq that it's coming.

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Exclusive DLC Featuring Iconic Videogame Character Now Available

London, UK – December 13, 2011 – Today, Ubisoft® announced a new downloadable track for its best-seller Just Dance® 3, featuring Mario™, the famous Nintendo® videogame hero! For the first time ever, the world's number one dance game brand will invite the beloved plumber to show off his best dance moves. The track will be downloadable through the in-game Just Dance store on December 14th for 250 Wii PointsTM, exclusively on WiiTM.

After distinguishing himself in kart and football, Mario will set the Just Dance floor on fire with a fun dance routine showing off some of the most iconic environments and music of the Mario games. Now fans will be able to dance along with one of their favourite characters and experience his moves firsthand.

This new track joins seven other recent DLC additions: Anja's Baby Don't Stop Now, Studio Allstars' Jump, Olé Orquesta's JamboMambo, The Girly Team's TwistShakeIt, U Can't Touch This and Soul Searchin by Groove Century and In the Style of Irene Cara's Fame, all priced at 250 Wii Points each.

For more information about Just Dance 3, please visit

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