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...
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 ",...
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.
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.
Summary: Jacko fans will love Michael Jackson: The Experience for Kinect, but will be disappointed that they can only dance one at a time, that the dance cards are poorly designed and Kinect has issues detecting every move.