Reviews and Problems with Dancing With the Stars: We Dance!
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Roseann S., Amazon
13 March 2014
Summary: Not a very complicated game. The couple dances on the top screen and stars fall from their feet onto the bottom where you do one of four things to them. The regular stars you just tap, the stars with an arrow you flick, the stars with an aura around them you make a circle and the stars that travel you follow them to their end point. I think if you just hit them at beginning and end is enough. These last were the ones I had the most trouble with.
Summary: I got the Wii version of Dancing With The Stars Get Your Dance On from Blockbuster (monthly free game on Total Access program)and I'm glad it's not something I actually bought. How is shaking your numchuck or controller "dancing"? The judges comments and scores seem to have nothing to do with how many points I score or my final placement. I played 2 or 3 times with two different couples, got 15's to 23's (out of 30) from the judges, and won the tournament each time.
Summary: I thought I was ordering the wii version. My mistake, and my kids gain as they busted it open before I could return it. My 10 year old daughter loved it for 3 days and hasn't used it since, but she really isn't that much of a ds-er so 3 days is a testament to how much she loved it. her 11 year old brother thought it was the lamest thing ever.
Summary: This is a handheld version of the popular show and game, and it's simply a traditional rhythm game. Up on the top screen of the DS is a dancing couple. For them to execute the correct move you use your stylus and tap, flick, and swirl stars as they fall on to the second screen where you play. The stars come fast and furious, so it can get busy down there.
Summary: The graphics are poor, the game moves too slow. You have to pound on it and then it tells you that you're too late. Doesn't respond well at all. Wouldn't buy it again. Too little work put into a "given" quick sell. Costumes are horrible too!