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Michael Jackson The Experience
Family Friendly Gaming
11 February 2013
Excerpt: Michael Jackson The Experience is the most specialized Just Dance game we have played here at Family Friendly Gaming. Fans of Michael Jackson will absolutely love this Wii game. They get to dance with him with many of his songs. Die hard, true blue fans will sing along as well. The package Family Friendly Gaming was given included a special edition glove. That way you can pretend you actually are Michael Jackson while playing this game.
Conclusion: Just Dance addicts fondness for the King of Pop will doubtless appreciate, despite the content still a little thin. Michael Jackson The Experience is thus a very mixed title on Wii. Move his hand is not enough to provide sensations satisfactory enough to feel like dancing star. The atmosphere present in the titles (environments, held …), not enough: the gameplay is just too rough.
Ideal for young King of Pop fans who enjoy dancing.
Common Sense Media
29 March 2011
Summary: Parents need to know that Michael Jackson The Experience is rated "E10+" for some suggestive lyrics (mainly sexual, a little violent) and there are some suggestive moves, too, including thrusting hips and crotch-grabbing. But at its core, this is a dancing game that celebrates Michael's music and his dance moves. This is a review of the Wii version.
Excerpt: All dance game reviews require a quick sentence from the writer about how much of a tit they looked whilst playing the game. It's a quick admission of the fact that, "Yes, I've played the game, but I also have enough self respect to realise I looked ridiculous." When playing Michael Jackson: The Experience, I found myself on my knees in a dingy living room, swiping a gloved hand across the floor as the sound of Earth Song filled the air. I was singing, too.
Excerpt: A Michael Jackson dance game. Pretty much just from those five words you already know if you're going to enjoy this game or not. MJ, and I'm not referring to Michael Jordan for those that think of sports first and foremost, is a pretty polarizing figure in entertainment even in death. Personally I'm a big fan of his music, videos, and dancing so I'm kind of the target Ubisoft had in mind with Michael Jackson: The Experience, MJ:TE, for the Wii.
Conclusion: dancing. From that perspective I was impressed. Like the Just Dance series, you will move the Wiimote to match the moves of the dancer. Up to 4 people can play at the same time. In total there are three modes of play. Classic is just the standard mode you might be used to with Just Dance, “Duo” is for duets where you can choose to be one dancer over the other and finally the “Crew” mode features Michael and two backup dancers. You get your choice.
Summary: Michael Jackson: The Experience provides an interactive experience for the entire family that enables players to step into the shoes of Michael Jackson and re-live his most iconic performances through their own singing and dancing.