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8.4* out of 10

Rhythm Party

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Rhythm Party

True achievements
12 March 2014
  • Conclusion: After you unlock the achievement the description changes to what makes the achievement make perfect sense as it told you how you earned it. Other than that you are clueless as to what it is asking you to do. Some are pretty challenging to unlock too. Overall if you like dancing and Kinect this game is for you! And there is DLC to add onto the library of Songs to keep the dancing last all night long!
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Overall 9
8.7

RHYTHM PARTY

Family Friendly Gaming
2 February 2013
  • Excerpt: For what seems like years I have been encouraging Konami to bring DDR into the Kinect realm. RHYTHM PARTY is sort of like testing the waters for Konami. This is a dance game that is not really a dance game. Confused? Hopefully I can explain that statement in the coming sentences and paragraphs. Otherwise I will look pretty foolish.
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Review: Rhythm Party (Xbox 360)

Diehard GameFAN
25 April 2012
  • Summary: While the review scoring might seem to be on the lower end, Rhythm Party hits between satisfactory and great on most of the categories that matter for a rhythm title. The most important factor is that the Kinect sensor works well with the title with little issue outside of a mildly-irritating menu navigation.
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Rhythm Party

NZGamer.com
20 March 2012
  • Excerpt: Look, everyone — another rhythm game for Kinect! If you’re not already feeling physically exhausted...
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Overall 7
7.0

Rhythm Party

oxmonline.com
15 February 2012
  • Excerpt: As the first Kinect-enabled dancing game for Live Arcade, Rhythm Party smartly embodies the mantra of "short but sweet," serving up 10 tracks and dazzling visual effects that make a good impression in a short amount of time. Rather than replicate the full-scale choreographed approach of its earlier DanceMasters game, Konami has shirked the J-pop dance routines in favor of asking you to just thrust your hands and feet into targets that appear around your body.
  • Pros: + Terrific visual effects for each track., + Simple and effective Kinect-based approach.
  • Cons: ? Why call it
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