110°
Submitted by FantasticHood 1168d ago | article

The Carly Rae Jepsen Games of E3

There’s no denying the impact that Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call me Maybe” is having on gaming, as evident by its presence at E3. It’s infectiously catchy, and was obviously this year's "Power," by Kanye West. Including this song in upcoming rhythm, dancing, and/or singing games is a no-brainer, and Fantastic Neighborhood has a roundup of this years breakout genre: The Carly Rae Jepsen Game. (Casual games, Dance Central 3, E3, Just Dance 4, PS3, Wii U, Xbox 360)

Omnislash  +   1168d ago
Hey I just read this, and this is CRAAAAZY! But she's a casual! So disregard this!
DwightOwen  +   1168d ago
God, I hate that fucking song.
RickHiggity  +   1168d ago
Keep your stupid pop culture out of my gaming
CaitSith  +   1167d ago
Don't know why people like that song so much.

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
40°

Top 10 Vita Games to Play on the PSTV

2h ago - The PSTV has had quite the rocky start, probably do to the lack of support from video streaming s... | PS Vita
40°

Will The ESRB Give Cannabis Its Own Classification?

2h ago - The legalization of marijuana has become such a widespread and accepted thought over the years. C... | Industry
Ad

Win a Pro-Painted Ghorgon!

Now - Turbo Tape Games is pleased to announce a contest for an exclusive Ghorgon miniature hand-painted by Dave Taylor! | Promoted post
40°

Gears of War Ultimate Edition | PressA2Join

3h ago - Gears of War: Ultimate Edition is the latest example of Microsoft beginning to realise that they... | Xbox One
40°

Review: Mad Max - Gaming PC Forum

3h ago - FreakOrama writes: "The more I played Mad Max the more I liked it, and if I wanted to play the ga... | PC
40°

Review: Blues and Bullets: Episode 1 - Gorgeous and thrilling - Gaming Boulevard

3h ago - The guys of Gaming Boulevard wrote a review of the first episode of Blues and Bullets. | PC