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Weather for you, your significant other or your kids; The Black Eyed Peas Experience dishes up a wide variety of the Peas hits.

Although not a huge fan since Behind the Front and Bridging the Gap I cant say I don’t know the words to at least 5 of the more recent Black Eyed Peas songs, that said I know my wife and kids will know may more then I ever would admit to. That is why I am interested in the this game. The Black Eyed Peas are a huge name in entertainment and now you get the chance to sing and dance along side them in the Ubisoft and iNis title for Xbox Kinect and Nintendo. The game features 24 tracks in the Wii version and 28 tracks in the Kinect for Xbox 360 version so you will have plenty of songs to get the party started.

Boom Boom Pow

Disco Club

Don’t Lie

Don’t Phunk With My Heart

Don’t Stop The Party

Dum Diddly

Everything Wonderful (BEP & David Guetta)

Fashion Beats

Hey Mama

I Gotta Feeling

Imma Be

Just Can’t Get Enough

Let’s Get It Started (Spike mix)

Meet Me Halfway

My Style (feat. Justin Timberlake)

Pump It

Shut Up

Rock That Body

Take It Off

The Best One (The Boy)

The Time (Dirty Bit)

Whenever

 

With some Kinect exclusive’s –

The Situation – Kinect only

Showdown – Kinect only

Smells Like Funk – Kinect only

Love You Long Time – Kinect only

Cali to NY (feat. De La Soul) – Kinect only

 

And if you are getting for the Wii you also get an exclusive –

They Don’t Want Music (feat. James Brown) – Wii only

 

So as I said plenty for the whole family; well at least the kids and there friends.

 


 
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