Reviews and Problems with Michael Jackson The Experience
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Jorge Gutierrez P., Amazon
28 June 2014
Summary: With all the famous PS3 duo's on the front cover of the game, you'd expect a nice co-op game to be played with a friend... not really. The first person gets to control the actual character while the 2nd person controls a hand/target on the screen. They are merely there to "help" the first player which isn't all that easy since the first player controls the screen and the camera movements.
Summary: This game appeal to you if you: like dancing games; love Michael's music; have kids. I am in all 3 categories. For fans of the music you will find that this experience is very true to the Michael Jackson sound and feel. The tracks are authentic and not karaoke-type reproductions. The avatars that perform move very fluidly and are true to the choreography Michael was known for. You will find yourself immersed very quickly in a Michael Jackson video.
Summary: My wife loves Michael Jackson. When we discussed a name for our son, she wanted his first name to be Michael and his middle name to be Jackson. I said no. Instead, for our son, we settled on a Chinese middle name of Xiaolong (Bruce Lee). As for the game...I learned that I can't dance. I do not have Jackson skills. My wife enjoys the game and plays it when I'm at work. I play it with her on the weekend, but that's about it. The music is good and there is a lot of songs.
Summary: I love this game. It's fun. If you're an MJ fan, you already know all the songs, so it's fun to dance along. The only problem is my PS3 sensor seems to have trouble picking up some of the moves, I always think I nail the gold move but it usually comes up with that big X. It seemed much easier when I played it on my friend's wii. Anyway, I got a great deal on this on Ebay and am happy with my purchase.