Reviews and Problems with Dance Dance Revolution: Disney Grooves
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the game is ok...
Amber Varga "amber", Amazon
3 March 2010
Summary: i bought this game for my 7 yr old sister and my 4 yr. old brother to play together, but it wasn't what i expected. I thought that the songs from all the disney movies would be like the classics, but instead they are sung by some lady, and not like in the movie i may ad. the kids who love disney movies and watch them all the time didn't even recognize them until i told them or half way through the song.
Summary: The dance choreography is good, but I was disappointed that the music was not the originals from the movies/TV shows. It's also not the best of the Disney songs, ie The Little Mermaid, The Lion King, etc., but the older stuff.
Summary: I bought this for myself and my daughter who is five. It is just a little too hard for her - I think she'll be ready for it at 6. I was hoping to get a good workout from this but I can't get past the music which is aimed at young children and there isn't a very big selection of music. My daughter will grow into the difficulty of it but the music is really not her cup of tea either - she would also prefer a different soundtrack.
Summary: one thing i don't like about this game is that it doesn't let you die - so you have to go through the whole song even if you don't like the song or it is too hard for you. that said, maybe that is so kids don't get frustrated by dying all the time if the song is too hard.
Summary: I was psyched when DDR: Disney Grooves launched (forget that Disney channel stuff, I was excited to dance to Disney songs from the classic films). Well. I was quite disappointed. The bad: Many songs were "mock-rap" (like "Ice Ice Mickey" and "DJ Goof", which I thought were completely out of place and boring). I didn't expect this, and they were not fun to dance through at all.