Disney Fantasia: Music Evolved Offers Frozen Hit “Let It Go” and Two Other Bonus Tracks With Pre-Order

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Yup, Harmonix probably just upped their pre-order sales for Kinect-powered Xbox music interaction game, Disney Fantasia: Music Evolved, with three small yet incredibly powerful words: “Let It Go.”

The hit song from Disney’s animated movie, Frozen, has been announced as part of a bonus pre-order song pack also featuring “Counting Stars” by OneRepublic and “Lay Me Down” by AVICII. I suppose the only bummer for some fans might be that the “Let It Go” track is Demi Lovato’s pop rendition, not Idina Menzel’s performance from the film, which I think most folks agree is better.

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I’m still not quite sure what the game itself is, and the following live-action trailer does little to help me understand what exactly is going on–though the stage performance presentation sure makes it look exciting (certainly WAY more exciting than it will be to play from home without a cheering crowd and a live band).

Offering more than 30 licensed tunes out of the box, Disney Fantasia: Music Evolved launches October 21st on Xbox 360 and Xbox One. Pre-orders are available now from Amazon.com and other participating retailers.

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