Summary: So after seeing in an internet video gameplay of this game, I noticed it was extremely similar to elite beat agents, and I'll be honest, I loved EBA with a passion, so I jumped at this opportunity to play it. Apologies for anyone who has not played EBA as this review will compare this game and it a lot. Real quick this game is a rhythm game where you tap and slide the touchscreen in rhythm with the music.
Michael Jackson's the experience on the ds should have been better and they also should of put thriller in it two
thomas henry, Amazon
1 July 2014
Summary: First off Michael Jackson's the experience ds version is something that was rushed to the market because Michael looks a Looney tune now plus where's thriller they put a song in the game that wasn't even on a cd until the anniversaries editions now that is same thing that happened in the PSP version but at least thriller is in there and plus it's fun when you make to many goof ups the game stops and you have to do it all over again so Ubisoft did a terrible job in the ds...
Summary: I am not a hardcore gamer, but do have a Pink DS and needed a new game. I figured I would see if they make this game for the DS since I knew it was for the WII. I really was happy to see they did make it for the DS. This game is more of a skills game, that you have to tap and move the circles on the screen to the beat of the music. There is a Michael look a like dancing at the top of the screen then on the bottom screen is where you play the game.
Summary: In this video game, you have to make certain motions with the stylus in time with Michael Jackson songs. Each song has an animation of Michael Jackson from the associated music video. Most of the motions involve tapping the stylus on the screen when a coloured halo retracts to the center of each dot. However, there are also motions where you need to slide the stylus across a bar, double-tap very quickly, or also spin in a circle very quickly.