Cullen vs Dance Central 2 – With added Harmonix

By Johnny Cullen, Monday, 22 August 2011 08:35 GMT

The things I do for you. Truly.

On Thursday, I came out of a Dance Central 2 appointment in Cologne at gamescom, where me and Harmomix comms boss John Drake “broke it down.”

For those not in the know, here’s last year’s video of me doing No Doubt. This is how it began, basically.

Ever since then, I’ve been hounded to do another. Well, here it is. Seriously, though: no more.

Watch me and Drake do Like a G6 below. We also chatted to him about the game – duh – and other Harmonix related things, so watch the site for those soon. We’re scared we might get the slightest quote from him wrong, though. Look at that serial killer/rapist face!

Dance Central 2 launches on October 21 in Europe for Xbox 360.

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