Summary: This is a must game for Para Para Paradise fans and DDR fans alike. It's the future of DDR and I loved it but it didn't get the love it deserved from the fans. Japan was the only country and maybe other Asian countries love the game called Dance Evolution but here only a few have it.
Summary: Maybe it's just the game crashes, but usually immediately after one dance is done, the video and audio will go out. A/V will come back on when the disk is ejected without restarting xbox. Maybe it's an xbox bug, but this game triggers it while others do not. I hope I didn't buy this game.
Summary: Dance Masters has better multi-player, with 2 player co-op on a single console & versus over Xbox live. But Dance Central has a better Single Player and a more mainstream music selection. While Dance Masters is more DDR (J-pop) type songs. There are a few different types of "arrows" u have to hit at the certain times. it's a fun game.
Summary: Prepare to look like Ace Ventura in a tutu and button up shirt with hiking boots unlaced... this actually teaches you how to do the movements, which may make it seem like you are dancing instead of DDR where you are more just stomping to the beat. Likely why konami is going with dance masters now. So far it appears you can be one of two avatars a skinny white girl or skinny black guy. Either way, you have to try to match their movements in time.
Summary: Believe it or not, there was a time when players actually need to learn a video game and require some (albeit small) amount of skill. Quite a bit of a learning curve, but feels great when you master a song because compared to Dance Central (I own 1-3) the dances do not feel as stiff (Except the Para-Para ones, I guess) compared to the latter. All in all, Worth it for the $15 that I paid for it.