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  • Disney Invites Fans to 'Work This Out' With New 'High School Musical' Video Game

    Disney Has Shipped 3.8 Million Units of "High School Musical" Themed Video Games Worldwide

    BURBANK, Calif., Jan 30, 2008 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Disney Interactive Studios announced today that the newest video game in the "High School Musical" franchise -- High School Musical: Work This Out! for Nintendo DS(TM) will be available April 2008. High School Musical: Work This Out! allows fans of the popular Disney Channel movies to dive into the world of the Lava Springs Resort in an all new musical adventure game, featuring storylines extending beyond "High School Musical 2." For the first time on Nintendo DS, High School Musical: Work This Out! features all 10 songs from the movie, and allows players to take their favorite songs from the film on-the-go by using the Nintendo DS as a music player. This unique feature lets players listen to their favorite "High School Musical 2" songs even while the Nintendo DS is closed.

    High School Musical: Work This Out! follows the extremely successful launch of High School Musical: Sing It!, High School Musical: Makin' the Cut and High School Musical: Living the Dream this past holiday season. Across all titles and platforms in the franchise, Disney Interactive Studios has shipped 3.8 million copies of the video games worldwide. According to NPD data for the U.S., the "High School Musical" video games achieved Top 20 positions on each published platform for the month of December 2007. High School Musical: Sing It!, a karaoke-themed video game featuring songs from both "High School Musical" films, ranked as the #6 top selling Wii(TM) home video game system title and #11 selling PlayStation(R)2 computer entertainment system title. High School Musical: Makin' the Cut, a rhythm-based music and adventure game, ranked #10 for Nintendo DS. High School Musical: Living the Dream ranked #5 among the GameBoy(R) Advance titles for the same month.

    "The phenomenon of 'High School Musical' goes beyond simply watching the movies," said Craig Relyea, senior vice president, global marketing, Disney Interactive Studios. "The success of the video game franchise proves that fans want to immerse themselves in the world of 'High School Musical,' whether they are singing the songs or embarking on adventures with the cast. This new experience once again underscores Disney's passion to provide fans with unparalleled entertainment as they wait for 'High School Musical 3' to arrive, which will also usher in a new generation of video games this holiday season."

    High School Musical: Work This Out!, due out in April, is the only musical adventure game allowing fans to immerse themselves in the world of "High School Musical 2." Fans can play as their favorite High School Musical characters Troy, Gabriella, Sharpay, Ryan, Chad and Taylor to explore the Lava Springs Resort as seen in the movie. Throughout the game, players go on various adventures at the resort, compete in time-based challenges and play different rhythm games, all while listening to the hit songs from "High School Musical 2."

    High School Musical: Work This Out!, rated E for Everyone, will be available in April 2008 exclusively for Nintendo DS for $29.99.

    About Disney Interactive Studios

    Disney Interactive Studios is the interactive entertainment affiliate of The Walt Disney Company. Disney Interactive Studios self publishes and distributes a broad portfolio of multi-platform video games and interactive entertainment worldwide. The company also licenses properties and works directly with other interactive game publishers to bring products for all ages to market. Disney Interactive Studios is based in Glendale, California and has five internal game development studios around the world including Avalanche Software, Fall Line Studio, Propaganda Games, Black Rock Studio and Junction Point Studios.


    SOURCE: Disney Interactive Studios
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    Re: Disney Invites Fans to 'Work This Out' With New 'High School Musical' Video Game

    Well Im glad its only for the ds system what a relief.

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