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Carnival Games: Monkey See, Monkey Do Does DLC

Posted Fri, 24 Jun 2011 by James Newton

He just wants to rock and roll all night.

He just wants to rock and roll all night.

More songs now available

That pesky monkey in 2K's Carnival Games: In Action! — also known as Carnival Games: Monkey See, Monkey Do — just got some new DLC adding fresh songs and more.

The main allure of the new DLC is the 16 new songs in the Monkey See, Monkey Do dancing minigame, adding classic songs like Super Freak and Rock and Roll All Night, making our dream of seeing a video game monkey dance to KISS come true.

There are also new costumes for your Avatar to win, so it's not all treats for your ears, there's some for your eyes too.

If you're on the fence about picking up the game, read through our Carnival Games: Monkey See, Monkey Do review.

2K Play Announces Monkey Dancin’ As First Downloadable Content Pack for Carnival Games®: Monkey See, Monkey DoTM
Time to do the funky monkey as 2K Play announces Monkey Dancin’, the first downloadable content pack for Carnival Games®: Monkey See, Monkey Do™,is now available exclusively on Kinect™ for Xbox 360®. Join the irascible Monkey Barker and groove to the beat with 16 new songs, including disco, rock, hip-hop and country favorites.

Put on your Monkey Dancin’ shoes and catch disco fever with songs like “Super Freak;” show off mad hip-hop moves with “It Takes Two;” rock-on arena-style with hits like “Rock and Roll All Night;” and mosey on down to a country jamboree with “On the Road Again.”

Players can win new costumes for their in-game avatars like Disco Momma and Twisted Mister, and earn up to 125 achievement points. Monkey Dancin’ can be purchased on the Microsoft Xbox Live Arcade for 400 Microsoft Points.

Tags: 2K Play, DLC, Xbox Live Arcade.

  • Carnival Games - In Action! (Xbox 360)

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User Comments


1. Laurie United States 25 Jun 2011, 03:20 BST

Our family really dislikes the Carnival Kinect. It is definitely not for younger children and even is difficult for older kids. There's not much success in the games. The adults even thought it was poorly designed.


2. James United Kingdom 25 Jun 2011, 08:41 BST

Hi Laurie, welcome to KINECTaku! I personally rather enjoyed the game — while I wouldn't say it was a great showcase for Kinect's capabilities, it's got its charms. Who wouldn't want to dance with a monkey? :)

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