What beats a beet beatboxing?
Disney Fantasia: Music Evolved has certainly come a long way since I last saw it a year ago. It may not have included singing vegetables, but the basic principles are still intact. By using your arms to remix classical and modern pop hits, you'll bring color and life back into different areas of Fantasia. It's cool seeing neon signs light up as you progress through the stages, or watch an elephant float around because why not? It's whimsical, magical, and just a little bit weird, but that's what you get when you're associated with Disney's Fantasia. It just wouldn't be the same if you didn't havesentient slabs of meat.
Aside from the music, the narrative is another area that Harmonix has turned its focus to. You'll be working together with a girl named Scout and transform the realm by unlocking all of its magic. Having a story to keep you engaged is nice, but what I'm really interested in is the track list. Speaking of here are the new additions:
Depeche Mode - "Enjoy the Silence"
Drake - "Take Care" (ft. Rihanna)
Tchaikovsky - "The Nutcracker Medley"
Police - "Message in a Bottle"
MIA - "Galang
And it finally has a release date! Even though you can now buy an Xbox One without Kinect, those of us who were early adopters can finally use the new Kinect when the game hits on October 21, 2014. It's also coming for the Xbox 360 too, so you won't be left out if you didn't bother upgrading yet.
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