Excerpt: I found Dance Factory to be an absolutely dull and useless game. I bought it early last year, hoping to finally be able to play tracks that I was interested in listening to, rather than the awful cheese that is usually supplied with a dance game.
Pros: Might keep you occupied for a while
Cons: You will only be occupied with it because of loading times
Excerpt: I used to keep fit by dancing to all the old ps1 games, such as dancing stage party mix and euro mix, and my own personal favourite, dance uk. Then I got bored of doing the same old dances to the same old tunes, so I decided to invest in a ps2 specifically to buy this game (Dec 2007, way behind the...
Excerpt: This is one of many available dance mat games. Basically, the idea is that music plays on screen, and arrows show up on screen corresponding to the foot you should use in order to 'dance' to the song. It takes a while to get used to, but can be very addictive.
Summary: I recieved this game for Christmas and was delighted at the fact that I could use my own music for the game. The game generates it's own dance steps for each song based on the tempo and beat. I have still yet to try out every song I've entered into Dance Factory.
Excerpt: Its another dance mat game, you can buy it for around £30 with the mat or £18 without, i believe any other PS2 mat will work fine with it tough. Having played another dance mat game at a friends house a few times before, I was looking to get one for myself.
Summary: La verdad es que es un juego que me hacia mucha ilusion tener ya que lo vi divertido y a mi ademas me encanta bailar. Lo compre con la alfombrilla, que es donde hay que pisar para poder ganar puntos y demas y ser el mejor del juego.
Cons: trae 5 canciones y luego necesita cd original