Excerpt: One of my earliest memories is of dancing to Dirty Diana on the sofa, belting out lyrics I could barely pronounce (let alone comprehend) into a TV remote. It probably stands out in my mind because I got so severely told off afterwards (jumping around on the sofa is " bad for the springs ", apparently), but the fact remains that I've been a Jacko fan since I was old enough to convert music into rhythmic movement.
Conclusion: If your here for cheap gamerscore go get Dance Paradise (its even stackable) If you want to learn to dance go get Dance Central If you want a grindy challenge and can put up with J-pop music then Dancemasters/evolution but if you love to sing and LOVE MJ and want a grind, and don't mind a challenge and you are prepared to put up with a buggy game then okay.. get this... but you've been warned there are better games out there for the kinect.
Excerpt: It may not seem like it to those only just dipping their toes in the interactive entertainment pool, but gaming and the King of Pop have had a long association. From his drool-worthy arcade cabinet collection to Sega’s Moonwalker and Space Channel 5, it’s clear that his legacy involves more than just music and there’s enough spillover to make any fan of videogames get all teary.
Michael Jackson the Experience Recenze (Xbox Kinect)
Gamers Daily News
3 June 2011
Conclusion: Grafická stránky hry mi přijde velice povedená. Prostředí je příjemně různobarevné a vaše postava se přes Kinect promítá přímo do hry, takže neovládáte svým tělem žádného avatara, ale prostě ve hře jste. Výběrové možnosti v menu jsou dobře graficky provedené a příjemně interaktivní. Každé představení má zároveň své podium a prostředí navržené podle písně. Když pak například zpíváte píseň Earth Song ohýbají se kolem vás statné stromy a celé podium má zelenou barvu.
Conclusion: — With its focus on fun over competition-like accuracy, this is the first dancing game to grab and hold my attention beyond just a couple of songs. Plus, the soundtrack is just plain hard to top.
Conclusion: Michael Jackson: The Experience is a rather decent start for Ubisoft Montreal and its Kinect-centric performance titles. Nailing the dancing mechanics was the big test – and they passed that – but everything else doesn’t seem to have been given the same time and effort. With no structure, a distinct lack of direction and a small track-list, Michael Jackson: The Experience shows potential, but comes out looking more like the King of Flop than the King of Pop.