Robbie Williams signs up for karaoke video game

'We Sing Robbie Williams' will feature 25 tracks from his back catalogue

Robbie Williams signs up for karaoke video game

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Robbie Williams has signed up to star in a karaoke video game featuring 25 tracks from his back catalogue.

EMI have teamed up with Nordic Games for 'We Sing Robbie Williams', which will come out on the Nintendo Wii at the same time as his compilation album 'In And Out Of Consciousness: The Greatest Hits 1990-2010' on October 11.

The full tracklisting is still to be announced, but the set will include his hit singles 'Angels', 'Rock DJ', 'Let Me Entertain You', 'She's The One' and 'Old Before I Die'.

The video game will also be accompanied by all his original videos.

"After 20 years in the business, Robbie's fan base covers practically every age group, and both genders – that represents a massive percentage of the population who will want to play the 'We Sing' version of the game," Nik Blower, Nordic Games' sales and marketing director, said on their official site.

The announcement comes just a week after Williams rejoined Take That to work on their new album 'The Flood' and a forthcoming world tour.

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