Giveaway: Grease on Kinect for Xbox 360

Did anyone catch Grease on TV at the weekend? I decided to it was time to introduce my almost-six-year-old to the wonder that is Grease and she loved it. Okay, what she really loved was the dancing and singing but I think that’s my favorite part too!  I’m here today to tell you that 505 Games have just announced the retail release of an all-singing, all-dancing new video game Grease.

Grease brings the 50’s back to life and straight to your living room where players can turn up their style and release their inner rock ‘n roller!

Grease combines the movies’ timeless music and memorable choreography with motion sensor technology to deliver the ultimate singing and dancing experience. With fifteen tracks from the original film and five extra bonus classic rock ‘n roll tracks, two singers and two dancers may compete at any one time and a total of eight players can compete in Party Mode. Grease is definitely a guaranteed party-starter.
Take a look at the trailer here

How to win…

To be in with a chance of winning a copy of Grease on Kinect for Xbox 360 all you have to do is leave a comment below telling me the name of your favourite song from the Grease moviePlease also send a quick email to so that I am able to contact the winner.   

For an extra entry, tweet as follows:

I’ve entered to win Grease on Kinect for Xbox 360 with @madamding

After the giveaway has ended your email address will be deleted and not used for any other purpose.  The prize will be sent direct from the PR company.  This giveaway is one entry per person and open to people in the UK only. Sorry!

The giveaway closes on Sunday 27th November 2011 at 8.00pm and the winner will be chosen at random.

Good luck, and in the meantime, for more information on the game visit the official website

love & kisses

Mrs M x

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