Summary: Initially I didn't think I would be a fan of Dance Paradise. I loved DDR (for Wii) and tend to prefer Dance Central's setup of dancing "on stage" but was pleasantly surprised. Dance Paradise features some good, real choreography moves and musical selections for multiple generations of family members. What I like: -Real pop/hip hop choreography moves. Hands down this is the best part of the game for an advanced dancer or someone wishing to learn some new dance moves.
Summary: THIS GAME ARRIVED ON TIME PACKAGE WELL THE PRICE WAS GOOD .MY KIDS LOVE THIS GAME BECAUSE NOT ONLY CAN YOU DANCE BUT IT HAVE VIDEOS ON HERE TOO THAT THEY LOVE TO WATCH I WOULD RECOMMEND THIS SELLER TO MY FAMILY AND FRIENDS
Summary: While playing this game, I was worried that maybe the Kinect itself had a problem with two players. We tried Kinect Adventures and Dance Masters both in two-player mode; no problems at all. At this point it would seem to me that THQ did a sloppy job with the motion detection programming in two player mode.
it looks to be a fun game haven't got the kinks worked out though
22 February 2013
Summary: I bought this game for the fun factor and the graphics. This was a great buy for the game it was cheap so trying it was a good idea. But for some reason the game doesn't want to recognize me but it will find my husband.....
Summary: We switched it to 2-player mode when I got home, and were amazed... at the lag and lack of motion detection. We would do the most basic of movements, such as marching in place, and it would not pick up our movements. Yes, we were within the Kinect range of sight, not too close and not too far away. There was also nearly two feet between us. My wife was confused since it was working a lot better for her earlier.