Summary: Let me start by saying I didn't realize how spoiled I was. The first dance game I bought was Michael Jackson's dance game. The graphics in Broadway are so poor it's not fun to dance to. I didn't know the MJ dance game was the exception and not the norm.I noticed that both games had the "UBI" label, but that apparently means nothing. I thought the Dance on Broadway would be of the same quality. Not even close!
Summary: I love Broadway songs and dancing, so I thought this would be a perfect fit for me, but after trying it out, I'm very disappointed. First of all, the moves are hard to follow, I had more luck just following the dancers then they little diagrams at the bottom which never seemed to keep me on the beat. I didn't like that there is no scoring, you can't top your best score or open up harder songs/dances at all, all the songs are just there when you start.
Summary: Being an actress, when I saw it I was so excited and I thought it'd be so much fun to play. When it arrived, I was very disapointed with the quality. It was a major let down and it just wasn't that great in quality. Song choices were great... It was just... boring.
Summary: I do like the songs on this game, but I was hoping for something that was similar to Just Dance 2 when it comes to a workout. What I found was that the game is fun, but doesn't burn nearly the calories that Just Dance 2 does. So if you are looking just for fun it would be great. If you want exercise, not so much.
Summary: I was so excited when I read about this game being a big fan of Broadway. I got for Christmas and couldn't wait to open it up and try it. I was very disappointed when I started playing the game because I thought they would have a kind of tutorial to teach me the different types of dances and how to play the game but I was thrown right into the game not knowing how to do anything. I saw the dances but didn't know how to do exactly what to do or how to do it.
Summary: So, I went back and forth with myself a lot about purchasing this game. A friend of mine and I both read the reviews and noticed that they were all over the place. She was more willing to take the risk than I, but I purchased it for a ladies party at her house (you know, a bunch of 25-35 year old women having cider and dancing games). There is much to be desired in this game. We put it in and danced to the songs that we like since most of us are into musicals.
Summary: I'm a 38 year old who really loves Broadway, and wanted a workout. This game does not please me, and I was so excited to get it, so I'm pretty dissapointed. The characters on the sides are hard to see and mimic, some weird jumping stuff happens (Time Warp is the worst-the characters just seem to float glide forward sometimes) and I tend to get a lot of X's when I'm doing the moves, other times I get "great!" when I'm totally off.
Summary: If you're not a Broadway tunes lover, you wouldn't buy this game in the first place; but if you do love Broadway show music, you'll probably be disappointed by the lackluster musical performances and unimaginative dance moves. I've only dipped into it half a dozen times, so maybe there's more to it than met my ear so far, but at this point, I wouldn't recommend it.