A quieter and cheaper game for those who haven't made the change up to the fancy Kinects/PS3 Move
1 March 2012
Excerpt: After my mum got pretty mad that all she could hear was the smash of the dancemat on our living room floor, so instead she bought us Eyetoy Groove as she figured it was like a dance game except we wouldn't make as much noise. Thankfully for her, she was right. It must be around £7 right now, as that is usually the price PS2 games are due to the fact that the PS3 has taken over.
Summary: Eye Toy: Groove is incredibly fun! I was skeptical about how the gameplay would work until I tried it out at Best Buy and then I was SOLD! The technology is amazing, it really picks up movement well. You don't have to be able to dance in order to play, just be willing to flail your arms around like a fool. Multiple modes of play means it doesn't get too boring (although the song selection is somewhat limited - hopefully Groove 2 will be forthcoming).
Summary: The day Eyetoy: Groove came out I bought it! It requires hitting, waving, swiping and a lot of movment! It even has a calorie counter so you can see how many calories you have burnt! Also TWO people can dance at the SAME TIME! Here is a tip for all Eye Toy players: when it tells you what to do in the beginning push start on the controller and it will skip it!
Summary: Man let me tell you how good I am at this game. I suck at DDR but man oh man I can really tear through this one like tissue paper...WORD! If you've played EyeToy Play, Groove is pretty much the beats game in it with the cds and the speakers. Its a lot harder though cause the make you do different motion other than fist fist fist fist (you guys know what I'm talking about) It got REAL SONGS and most of them are REALLY BAD SONGS!!!!
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27 April 2004
Summary: Groove is a great dance game that you can get with or without the eyetoy camera. If you don't have an eyetoy camera yet - this game is the one to get you to buy one! This is like Dance Dance Revolution, but for the top half of your body. There are MANY great songs in this set, unlike DDR where I didn't really like many of the songs included. There are songs from all eras, all styles, from Elvis to Madonna to Jamiroquai and Kool & the Gang.