Dance Central for Xbox 360
Price Range:$9.99 to $49.88
This high-energy music game from MTV Games gets players to flair with moves caught live via the Xbox Kinect motion control camera.
Product Review Summary
6 Reviews from Epinions.com
Nov 29, 2010
Let the Music Move You
Pros: Lively, fun, good tracking of movement
Cons: Wish it was easier to switch gamer profiles in-game.
Bottom Line: Highly recommended for anyone looking for a fun way to play games and stay active!
Highly recommended for anyone looking for a fun way to play games and stay active!Read More at Epinions.com
Feb 14, 2011
One of the best rated dance games of 2010...Its Highly Addictive!
Pros: It has many different modes and a wide variety of songs great for anyone’s tastes.
Cons: Be prepared to sweat! (Not that it’s a bad thing)
Bottom Line: I defiantly recommend this game. It is a great deal and fun at parties!
I defiantly recommend this game. It is a great deal and fun at parties!Read More at Epinions.com
Nov 23, 2010
A Crazily Addictive, Fun Party Game that Actually Requires you to Dance!
Pros: Lots and lots of addictive, dancing fun.
Dance Central is undoubtedly the best dancing game around, and perfect for the Xbox 360 Kinect. Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 22, 2011
Shake your body like you never did before
Pros: Learn to dance in a whole new way
Cons: Not easy to master it for non-teens
Lively and vivid avatars, great way to learn dancing and fun to exercise. Read More at Epinions.com
Feb 13, 2011
Harmonix shines in their Kinect debut
Pros: Great party game, can help to learn to dance, good workout
Cons: Can be tiring, not for the shy or self-concious
If you own Kinect, buy this game. It's the most fun experience the device offers. Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 5, 2011
Great game to get you moving or for a party!
Pros: Any level dancer can use it.
Great song selection.
Several options in the game.
Cons: Not appropriate for young children. The clothes on the girls are skimpy.
Good product for teens and adults. Too bad they don't have a family game too. Read More at Epinions.com