Summary: Decent songs, but our family didn't like the interface or the way dance moves are modeled. We bought Dance Central the same time as this, and everyone gravitated towards Dance Central - smoother, more fun gameplay. This one comes off somewhat half-baked, they got the songs but didn't put enough effort into honing the gameplay experience.
Summary: Kids enjoy the song selection but this game is no better than watching these songs and dancing along to a DVD. The dance move prompter is useless and the kids just try to mirror the dancers on screen. There is no learning mode and the menu interface is one of the worst on kinect.
Summary: My two daughters (ages 6 and 4) love dancing, but this game causes more frustration than fun for them. Many of the songs are too advanced for them leading to low scores and reduces the number of songs they're willing to try. Additionally, the random score bonuses at the end of the round end up either demoralizing the child with the lower score by rewarding the obvious winner or "blueshelling" the winner by allowing the other to leapfrog for no reason.
Summary: My four year old daughter really likes the songs and the kids dancing. Many songs are from movies that are familiar to her. My problem is that I HATE this game. She can manipulate any electronic controller out there, but navigation for this one is impossible. I continue searching online to see if it's just "user problems" and not the game, but I have read others that have the same issues with navigation.
Summary: Bought this game for the kids to play. When things are setup to work right, then the game seems fun for them. But after a couple day of play, we've run into some significant usability issues. - Cannot control any of the game menus with the controller. It all has to be done using the Kinect. And for kids, it's sometimes hard for them to navigate thru the menu system using just the Kinect.