Reviews and Problems with The Black Eyed Peas Experience
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6 July 2013
Summary: Played this game on x box at a friends house. Saw it available for wii and got it, but wasn't the same. Is fun, but not as much fun as xbox version and songs are different. But still a good workout
Summary: Great music and challenging dances. I did not like that you could only do one song at a time and then had to scroll through the choices. It should be rated a group game because you are not able to score full points as a solo dancer. The graphics were more pixilated than I thought they were.
Summary: The dance moves are fun. My kids and I like the Black Eyed Peas, so we thought this would be great fun. It would be great fun, but we can't even play it because of the inappropriate lyrics - waaaaayyyy tooooo many curse words. I would recommend this for family fun, but can't because of this.
Summary: Game is very entertaining BUT... None of the songs are edited ap they are in other dance games.. the dance moves are a little complicated making it somewhat difficult for some people to keep up with and the little avatar at the bottom of the screen offers no real heads up on what the next move is..
Summary: I have dance fever ok. I have ALL of the Just Dances, even the kids ones, and MJ Experience. Actually 90% of the games I have for my Wii are dance or fitness games. BEP Experience is the most difficult dance game Ubisoft has done to date. The moves are fast and challenging, with little repetition.
Summary: Being a Big BEP fan i wish i could have given this game a 5 Star review. But i'll keep it real @ 3.5. That being said, this game may not be for young children as it is not edited like the radio is.
Summary: There is no question that for the past couple of years, The Black Eyed Peas have honestly been everywhere, largely because their songs have became infectious for so many dancers, and earned them many hard core fans all over the world.