Gamers itching to do the moonwalk in their living rooms will have to wait a little while longer. Ubisoft confirmed to IGN this morning both the Move and Kinect versions of Michael Jackson The Experience will now ship in early 2011. The publisher said this move was done in part to allow its developers more time to polish the games. "We're giving our teams more time to develop the Kinect and Move versions to ensure we deliver awesome experiences that take full advantage of the new technologies," a representative said. Ubisoft did say, however, the Wii, DS and PSP versions of the game are still planned for this year and will ship on Nov. 23 in North America and Nov. 25 in Europe, Middle East and Asia.[/p] Source Awesome! First off, I don't give two shits about the console versions, they look terrible. The Wii version is made by the Just Dance team so it'll be shit, the Xbox version uses Kinect so it'll be shit, and the PS3 version uses Move which will probably work but I still don't want to dance around like an idiot in my bedroom. The handheld versions, on the other hand, are probably akin to Elite Beat Agents or Rock Band Unplugged, both of which were awesome games. I'm a big fan of button-based rhythm games, and Michael Jackson has a lot of cool songs to use.