Microsoft's Kinect motion-capture controller continues to dominate the news coverage out of the E3 Expo conference here in L.A., at least until Sony Computer Entertainment and Nintendo hold their respective press conferences this morning.

After a detail-free "experience" event Sunday night, Microsoft and its partners unveiled details about the new platform throughout the day Monday. Among the games in development for the device are two dance-focused titles. "Dance Central" from MTV Games aims to teach users more than 600 moves and more than 90 dance routines in all, set to the music of such acts as Lady Gaga, No Doubt, M.I.A., Bell Biv Devoe and others. More details after tomorrow's press briefing with MTV.

The other is a as-yet unnamed dance game from Ubisoft focused on Michael Jackson. The unnamed title will have different versions, one for Microsoft's Kinect controller, a different one for Sony's Move controller (which more resembles Nintendo's Wii remote), and a third for Nintendo's Wii, not to mention portable versions for the Sony PSP and Nintendo DS. Songs included are "Billie Jean" and "Beat It," based on the live performance at Ubisoft's press conference by dancers from the "This Is It" movie. Ubisoft's "Just Dance" game was a surprise hit with more than 3 million units sold worldwide.

These games aren't expected to be release until the Kinect hits stores, and so far Microsoft hasn't said when that would be. But a leaked GameStop listing has it at $150, and likely available in November.