Excerpt: Although not overly innovative, MC Groovz Dance Craze is a game of firsts: the first dance game on GCN, the first game made by MadCatz, and the first ever (to the best of my knowledge) licensed product manufactured by MadCatz. While it is fairly obvious that MadCatz made this game to try to cash in on the popularity of the genre and take advantage of a lack of competition on the GCN, the fact remains that what has been created is a fairly solid product worthy of...
Excerpt: Rhythm action games used to be fairly obscure, Japanese affairs. Suddenly, largely due to the popularity of Konami's Dance Dance Revolution games and Sony's PaRappa the Rapper titles, the genre generated mainstream US interest. Yet, while Donkey Konga and Taiko Drum Master have given GameCube owners a taste of the action, few GameCube games have involved fancy footwork.
Pros: Features a song by everyone's favorite newlywed!, Only tortures you with about a dozen horrid songs!
Cons: Features a song by everyone's favorite newlywed!, Steps don't relate to music., The workout mode is useless.