Excerpt: We had a lot of fun with this game (you can play two player and compete against each other). You can see what your body is doing on the screen and it tells you how accurate you are with the different dances. I love country music and find line dancing fun, so this game has been perfect for me and a great motivation to "work out". I do 3 a day to get my heart going.
Summary: If you enjoy country music more than pop, then this is for you, format similar to the Dance games, but with popular country music. Only complain is that the level of difficult of difficulty is not in order and you have to look at song before you know what that level is. Dance moves are challenging, similar dances to many of the line dances.
Summary: I picked up Country Dance All Stars (CDAS) last night for my girlfriend. She's a big fan of country music. I am the total opposite. I'm a big fan of Hip Hop, R&B, and some club songs. A good country song will catch my attention sometimes but you won't see me rolling to a country song in my car with a gangsta lean any time soon. I play a lot of Dance Central 2 and a little bit of Just Dance 3 with the kids. As usual, the first thing I did was compare CDAS to DC2.