Majesco will be bringing its Kinect exclusive NBA Baller Beats, and its next iteration of its 6 million worldwide-seller, Zumba Fitness, to E3 this year. The former is a basketball game where players use a real basketball as they train alongside unlockable NBA franchises. In the background plays a “diverse soundtrack,” with 100 unlockable posters and training card as well as difficulty levels which will guide you in your quest to become “the ultimat e-baller.” More information on both titles will be releases in June.
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NBA Baller Beats
Majesco’s bizarre but strangely compelling Kinect game, NBA Baller Beats, has been updated. Joystiq reports the rhythm action affair now boasts leaderboards, as well as a photo capture function, with the option to share images on Facebook.
Majesco’s announced NBA Baller Beats, a rhythmic Kinect title that uses basketball as its hook. First confirmed artists for the soundtrack include Kanye West, Common, Run DMC, Tiesto and Gorillaz. Get the teaser trailer for it below, via Joystiq. It’s out this autumn.
Majesco has announced Zumba Fitness World Party will be released on Xbox One later this year.
Zumba fitness publisher Majesco reported a small decrease in revenue for the quarter ending April 30, but claimed an overall profit.