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.
Summary: Dance Masters has good music for those of us who are into Eurobeat or Bemani style games. There are several older ParaPara songs with dances that are true to the actual routines. And there are some songs that are also on DDR, Pump It Up, or ITG (A Geisha's Dream and Kimono Princess). I wouldn't say it's the best dance game as far as design or playability, but it definately has my favorite music.
Summary: I have Just Dance 3 as well, but I got this game after reading about various dance games. This game is very different from JD3, very different. It's pretty good in its own right, but I don't like it as much as JD3. I can't really lay my finger on why I don't like it as much, but I'll update if I figure out why.
Summary: I definitely love this game except that it needs to have more songs and more characters plus DLC . it's very fun it's great for kids who are under 13 and the music is very appropriate for the ages it's easy to follow someone hard but its a fun time to do I hope you guys buy this game to even though it's only sold 200copies n America it's still a fun game and very cheap you should give it a try
Summary: Coming from the world of Wii DDR with the crinkly dance pad, I found this game to be really refreshing. No more floating arrows, this is actual choreography! What I like: -Different levels and styles of choreography so you really get your body moving -While some of the songs are repeats from DDR, I do like the soundtrack -The graphics and you as dancer on the stage are really engaging What I don't like: -I miss the old DDR challenge where you unlock new songs, etc.
More dynamic than dance central, more like dancing
Calista E. Tait, Amazon
21 October 2011
Summary: I was a little afraid when I was buying this game because the reviews were a little bad, but I'm so glad I did. It's very different from dance central. First, you must at least like j-pop. I'm a long time DDR fan so the songs to me very very familiar. Second, you can't hate para para dancing, or you'll never unlock all the songs.