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Peekaboo pledges pole-dance kit for Wii

Will do for pole-dancing what Guitar Hero did for rock'n'roll

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The Wii’s all-white, but it’s hardly a raunchy unit. So, if you’ve been looking for ways to sex-up your console, then how about a private pole dance?

US manufacturer Peekaboo, which already sells a pole-dancing kit endorsed by Carmen Electra, is currently inking plans to teach millions of gamers how to pole dance in their living rooms with a Wii videogame.

Although nothing’s finalised yet, the pack could include an extendable pole - fnarr, fnarr - and a videogame that would teach gamers all they need to know about sliding up and down, spin around andy dangle provocatively.

Apparently, Peekaboo thinks the as-yet-untitled game will be in a similar league to the Guitar Hero series, which lets gamers rock out to classic hits with a guitar-style accessory.

A spokesman for the company has already claimed that the game will help people tone-up, burn calories and, most importantly, improve their pole dancing skills. However, he clearly hasn’t considered other markets yet, such as the game’s ability to train future firefighters.

Register Hardware eagerly awaits more news about the videogame, but we are hoping the title doesn’t come with a hidden table fee.

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