Summary: Konami's high-energy entry into Kinect-controlled dancing brings the proven DDR formula to Microsoft's motion-sensing tech. Its old school approach should please dance mat masters, but may leave newcomers frustratingly tangled in their own limbs.
Pros: Like DDR, but without the need for a floormat, Cool use of Kinect's camera to put you in the game, Frenetic pace will appeal to fans of the genre
Cons: Intimidating to wallflowers, Tracks will be unfamiliar to most, Will not actually teach you to dance
Excerpt: With DNA tracing back to the very roots of the music and rhythm genre itself, Dance Masters certainly seems like it's got the moves to hang with its big name forbearers like Para Para Paradise and Dance Dance Revolution. Here in the present, it's posturing itself against the similarly-themed and dance floor-proven Dance Central. Which Kinect rhythm game reigns supreme?