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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 638d ago | review

DieHardGameFan: Dance Central 3 Review

DieHardGameFan: While the Kinect has had something of a rocky time, between developers that have lofty but awkward ideas about what to do with the hardware coupled with developers who are just dumping “flailing simulators” out onto the hardware, dancing games generally seem to be a surefire prospect. The Dance Central franchise, in specific, is largely considered one of the best franchises available on the Kinect, and with good reason: Harmonix has brought the concept of Dance Dance Revolution into a full body experience in a way that’s immediately accessible and lots of fun. (Dance Central 3, Xbox 360) -

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