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Submitted by AlmostApollo 881d ago | review

Dance Central 3 Review | Twinfinite

People who know me know that I’m, well, not a dancer. After playing a large amount of Dance Central 3, this is still true. However, if you need someone to show up and do a passable Dougie, I’m your man. The Dance Central series has established itself as the reason to own a Kinect, and let’s face it. Things haven’t changed. As the Kinect sees more and more motion-controlled travesties, Harmonix continues to deliver better and better editions of Dance Central. You already know the basics, but hit the jump to find out what’s new with the series. - Twinfinite's Tyler Humphrey (Dance Central 3, Xbox 360) 4/5

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