Reviews and Problems with Michael Jackson: The Experience
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Michael Jackson: The Experience
13 October 2011
Summary: There's nothing like a celebrity death to make some free money for those left behind, and Ubisoft was the lucky company with the videogame rights after Michael Jackson popped off this mortal coil.
Conclusion: In short, Michael Jackson: The Experience is Ubisoft looking to make a quick buck (or a million) from the popularity of a deceased legend. We don't take offence to the content, but rather the execution - it's poorly designed, and feels hopelessly filmsy.
Fans will love the inclusion of the king of pop's biggest hits and dance routines, but the barebones package and input lag stop Michael Jackson: The Experience from being a thriller.
14 April 2011
Summary: Michael Jackson's unique vocal talents and performance style have made him one of pop's most enduring icons. The dance routines of such songs as "Thriller," "Beat It," and "Billie Jean" are ingrained in popular culture, but thanks to their complexity, few have the skills to replicate them.
Pros: Great tracklist, Excellent choreography
Cons: No Career mode, No way to download new tracks, Input lag on your avatar is distracting, Dull visuals
Summary: Michael Jackson: The Experience per PS3 non riesce a eliminare il difetto più grande della versione per Wii. Ancora una volta al videogiocatore vengono dati fin troppi pochi stimoli, con l’unico risultato che la noia sopraggiungerà prima di quanto sperato.