Wii Michael Jackson Game to Include Special Edition Glove

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Grab your crotch and yell out a “hee-hee!” for all to hear, Michael Jackson fans. The Wii version of Ubisoft’s forthcoming dance party game, Michael Jackson The Experience, just became an instant buy thanks to the addition of an extra special pack-in bonus.

Exclusively for the Wii version, all launch copies of Michael Jackson The Experience will now come with a replica of the King of Pop’s iconic prop — a sparkly, white, rhinestone-studded glove. Moonwalking to songs like “Beat it,” “Thriller,” “Smooth Criminal” and “Billie Jean” just wouldn’t be the same without one!

Better still, the glove won’t add a single cent to the price tag. The game will remain at its original launch price of $50. But again, the catch is that only the launch shipment will come with this bonus. Once the initial supply runs out, you’ll then be paying the same $50 for just the game. You better get a pre-order in at your favorite retailer to make sure you get one.

Michael Jackson The Experience for Wii is scheduled to launch on November 23rd alongside portable versions for DS and PSP. PS3 and Xbox 360 versions designed with support for PlayStation Move and Kinect will then follow in early 2011.

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