Summary: Bottom line: there are 8 "tracks" of music in this, 2 for each style. Each track is about 3 seconds long and loops over and over again. It's enough to get on anybody's nerves!! Other games have full music tracks from renowned music artists... the geniuses who made this game decided to put less than a minute's worth of music on it!!! If you're looking for something for very young kids, I recommend Alvin and the Chipmunks or the Just Dance games.
This game was just no good for anyone in the family
7 March 2011
Summary: I got this game for my 4 year old daughter and was very disappointed. It was not explaining how to do the dance moves at all and the animated characters were not easy for her or myself to understand what they were asking you to really do.
Summary: Ordered this game from Amazon April 2010 and still have not received it. I have always had great luck with amazon but the fact that I never recieved this item has caused me to think twice about shopping from Amazon.
Summary: Don't wast your money, you just move your arms with the contoller and no dancing. My daughter was excited at first with the idea of the game but soon became bored and has not touched it since opening and trying it a few times. Waste of money. I registered the game on the website for tips and tricks and they do not have anything to help.
Summary: When I first heard about Dance Sensation, I was looking forward to trying it out. They claimed that you could "Learn 4 different dance styles...each with a progressively complex set of over 40 real steps". When I read this, I figured this would a game where one could actually learn and perform real dance steps. Sort of like Just Dance, but where you'd learn real hip-hop, jazz, ballet, and Latin dance moves. Unfortunately, the reality didn't match my expectations at all.