It's our first day back after a long weekend and although we've posted quite a bit of news today there is still a few things to write about, so let's get started with today's Newsround.
Zumba Fitness coming to Xbox One
Popular fitness title, Zumba Fitness is coming to the Xbox One. The very popular selling title is in development at Brighton's Zoe Mode under the title Zumba Fitness World Party.
In World Party, players will go on a cultural journey "around the world" performing dance routines and burning up to 1000 calories per hour.
Music within the game includes the likes of Lady Gaga, Pitbull and Daddy Yankee.
The game also includes two-player support on Xbox One and Kinect for Xbox 360, while four players can take part on Wii U and Wii.
Look out for the game this October on Wii, Wii U and Xbox 360. The Xbox One date will be announced in the near future.
SEGA logo sparks console speculation - Don't be silly internet.
NeoGaf has started speculating that SEGA could be set to reveal a new console after oneof its users posted a photo with the words Spectrum along with the tagline "A new world of entertainment."
This speculation is almost certainly a load of nonsense, with our guess being that this relates to a new digital service much like EA's Origin or Uplay from Ubisoft.
We'll find out on June 12.
Just the Headlines
- Crysis 3 could soon get new DLC
- Football Manager 14 coming to Linux
- Dance Central DLC goes on sale
- Xbox One breaks Blockbuster pre-order sales
- Mojang's Scrolls gets June release for Open Beta
- Microsoft says if you love gaming you'll pick Xbox One
- Rayman Legends gets Vita video.
So there we go...
We hope you've had a good day. Enjoy your evening.