The very first posthumous Michael Jackson video game has been given some final details, including its official title and the month of its release.
Previously referred to as Michael Jackson: The Game, the Ubisoft project is coming out on practically every platform: PS3, PSP, Wii, DS, and Xbox 360.
Motion controls will be part of the game on the Wii, Xbox 360, and PS3, but karaoke/microphone support will be only available on the PS3.
Eurogamer reports that the game will be released in November. That’s the same time that an album of unreleased Michael Jackson recordings will be hitting stores.
The video game was first unveiled at last month’s E3 conference. It will allow gamers to sing, dance, and moonwalk just like the late Michael Jackson. Changing skin colors, facing trial, and being part of a Martin Bashir TV special, however, are not part of this “Experience.”