Summary: I loved this game I agree with some other reviews it is a bit tricky at first but after some practice you soon get the hang of it....I found it addictive....my only critism of it is you don't get to do bolero....I was hoping and praying I'd get through so I could do it but its not on there so disappointed ..
Conclusion: Ok it is good. But you spend a lot of time skipping through stuff and I do find that babbling the presenters do instead of talking a bit annoying. I think if they had used real voices, then the game would have cost a lot more to produce. Worth getting though If you enjoy Dancing On Ice.
Conclusion: I order this game as i though it would be good but went i started to play it the talking is annoying. And its only for your hands it would be more better if you could use your legs in this game and with talking that unstandable.
Summary: I bought both Wii and DS versions of Dancing on Ice games for my daughter who is an adult with a severe learning disability. She loves the tv programme, is very competent with all electronic games and these games are labelled age 3 which makes them particularly suitable. I was thrilled to have found them for her. Imagine my dismay to find that the spoken sound track is a garbled mess of sounds on both versions.
Very disappointing! Boring, annoying clicking, awful jibberish speaking and subtitles.
Mrs Greenie, amazon.co.uk
15 March 2011
Summary: VERY DISAPPOINTING GAME! BORING GAME WITH ANNOYING CLICKING SOUNDS AND PRESENTERS/JUDGES WHO SPEAK IN SOME FOREIGN JIBERISH YOU CANT UNDERSTAND. Having enjoyed the ice dancing elements of one of my other sports compendium Wii games, I decided to buy this game to do something a little more challenging and well, fun!