Amid the flood of March releases, the Kinect version of Country Dance All Stars seems to have largely fallen through the cracks. But the gaping hole in our coverage becomes more apparent all the time, especially after viewing the game's amazing launch trailer. Frankly, features like co-op campaigns and combo co-op sound like meaningless buzzwords when compared to Country Dance All Stars' exclusive co-op innovation: the ability to "Shake Your Badonkadonk with a Friend!" Why haven't games let us do this sooner?
I dare you to watch that and not be impressed. After viewing the trailer no less than five times in a row, I've been inspired to procure a badonkadonk as soon as possible, so that I might shake it together with the people I care about. Scooting one or more boots will also be in order.
Country Dance All Stars supports two player local co-op, or 'badonko-op' as I like to call it. The Xbox 360 version requires a Kinect in order to produce the world's most realistic line dancing simulation. Check out a smattering of the song list if you need more convincing.