Summary: I was hoping this would live up to the Just Dance! series, but it did not. Sure, I danced, but I was annoyed. The moves were more complex and sometimes it was difficult to tell exactly what they wanted you to do. Also, it kept forcing me to take pictures of myself and there were no instructions to get around this.
Summary: So far, everyone enjoys it. Quick info: **** REQUIRES ACCESSORIES --- PLAYSTATION MOVE AND EYETOY **** Pros: -Great song selection (40 - listed at end of review) -great workout -lots of references for following the dance routine -lots of fun, a real party game Cons: -don't see any options to get new songs (download or otherwise) -there seems to be a glitch with updating the software, it resets the PS3 rather than Updating (the disc works fine without the update however)...
Summary: This game is a riot with your friends. Watching your friends dance is really funny. The one thing I don't like most that you have to hold the controller in order to play. And you feel like it's only seeing your arm move, rather than your whole body. Still fun game, it's great if you own playstation move.
Summary: My kids play the Just Dance series on the Wii a lot, and I got them this to try on the PS3 to see if they like it better. It would not appear that they like it better. Maybe because the PS3 Motion system is just a little bit more of a pain to set up. They like to flip the thing on and get started, not train the controller. The Just Dance games get played all the time. We have had this for a year now, and I cannot remember the last time the kids put this one in.