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 Written by John Scalzo  on September 11, 2010

News: But the DS, PSP and Wii versions are still ready to "Beat It" this November.



Ubisoft has told IGN that the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions of Michael Jackson: The Experience have been pushed back into 2011. It looks like the karaoke/dancing game that attempts to turn players into the King of Pop needed more development time to ensure a more polished game.



"We're giving our teams more time to develop the Kinect and Move versions to ensure we deliver awesome experiences that take full advantage of the new technologies," an Ubisoft representative told IGN.

It appears this delay won't affect the DS, PSP and Wii versions of the game. They're all still scheduled to be released on November 23.



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