Conclusion: Written by me on Gamerheadquarters.com this game is just like the first but with a lot more options. if you need to work on a move, all you have to do is select it instead of playing the whole "Break It Down" routine, very helpful and time saving.
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Excerpt: The rhythm genre, for the most part, has been over-saturated these past few years. After the sucess of titles like Gitaroo Man, PaRappa the Rapper , and DDR , the market started to flood with Guitar Hero after Guitar Hero iteration, until finally, it imploded , with basically only Harmonix Music...
Conclusion: Recommended for 8+, simply due to the moves required to get a decent score, even on easy. There are some questionable lyrics but nothing you won’t, or haven’t, heard unbleeped on the radio.
Summary: Dance Central 2 is the best reason to own a Kinect. Dance Central 2 makes substantial improvements over the original, and if you don’t mind the feminine dance routines the game is a lot of fun to play.
Summary: This dance game is ess-central to your collection
Pros: Great selection of music; improved "Break it Down" instructions; ability to use Kinect voice commands; two-players can dance simultaneously with hardly an issue; dance battles are clever and fun; non-stop dance choreography when "Free-style" mode disabled for new songs; owners of original DC can ...
Cons: Non-stop choreography not possible for original DC songs and DLC; jump-in dance feature automatically sets to current player's difficulty; using loud volume while playing will confuse voice commands; Break it Down may freeze when using "Xbox Previous" command during last move in sequence; having ...
Conclusion: It's testimony to Harmonix that the Dance Central series has become an essential purchase for Kinect owners. Having two players in front of the screen is tremendous fun, and adds to the game's appeal massively, it's just a shame there's no online play as of yet.
Conclusion: Dance Central 2 is by far the best Kinect game out to date. It is also one of the only games that actually make you feel like the actions you are doing are being properly scored and accounted for in the game.
Summary: Dance Central 2 is an excellent continuation of the series. With the addition of anytime two player and voice commands, the game is easily the class of the field when it comes to showing off what the Kinect can do, and it just happens to be a damned fun game to play too!