The Grease video game will allow players to sing and dance alongside Danny, Sandy, The Pink Ladies and the T-Birds. The game will take full advantage of the Wii’s motion-sensing controls and microphone, and the DS’s touch screen to create exciting gameplay for casual and family gamers eager to experience Grease in a new medium.
Inspired by the timeless movie, Grease: The Game delivers an active and exciting interactive experience that will ignite Grease fever among both new and lifelong fans.
This multi-player game allows up to two USB Nintendo compatible microphones and the Wii Balance Board, for up to eight players to compete in two teams for musical domination at Rydell High in Party Mode. Grease: The Game is loaded with fun mini-games that let players sing the movie’s iconic songs, dance the hand jive hop, race down Thunder Road and have fun at the Rydell Graduation carnival with Frenchie, Kenickie, Rizzo and the rest of the T-Birds and Pink Ladies. In Story Mode, players can fix up Greased Lightnin’ or try to win Sandy’s affections with their funky dance moves. The game features 16 memorable song compositions from the movie that include “Summer Nights,” “You’re the One That I Want” and “Greased Lightnin’.”
For DS and DSi players, Grease: The Game lets players dance their way through much loved movie moments, following Sandy and Danny on their high school journey. It offers a chronological story mode featuring 10 memorable song compositions and choreographed dance steps from the movie. Players can also use the camera function of the Nintendo DSi to get in the game by uploading their face to their favourite character. Unlockable items in the DS and DSi game include iconic costumes, songs and locations from the movie. Grease: The Game on DS/DSi also has multi-cart functionality and DSi download play.
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