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Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment Launches “Game Party: In Motion”


Burbank, CA – Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment today announces the North American launch of “Game Party: In Motion” on Kinect for Xbox 360. The latest installment of the popular Game Party series, “Game Party: In Motion” provides a great value this holiday season offering a collection of 16 fun and easy to pick-up-and-play arcade, sports and party games, at a suggested retail price of $39.99.

Developed by FarSight Studios, “Game Party: In Motion” allows players to jump into the action simply by moving their arms, legs or full bodies in natural motions to play games such as Darts, Root Beer Tapper, and QB In Motion. Players will be able to throw darts by extending their arm forward in a throwing motion, move from station to station filling up mugs of root beer for thirsty customers as they play Root Beer Tapper or throw footballs at moving targets while dodging tackles in QB In Motion.

“Game Party: In Motion” offers several all-new features that mark a first for the series. Players will be able to play with full Xbox 360 Avatar support. Additionally, friends will be able to challenge each other head-to-head or bring up to 16 people together in their living room to compete in a local tournament.

“Game Party: In Motion” is rated “E for Everyone with comic mischief” and is now available at retail stores nationwide on Kinect for Xbox 360 for a S.R.P. of $39.99.

About Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment:

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, a division of Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group, is a premier worldwide publisher, developer, licensor and distributor of entertainment content for the interactive space across all current and future platforms, including console, handheld and PC-based gaming for both internal and third party game titles.


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