WorldsinMotion: "It is exactly the kind of MMO or game that is an absolute mystery to me why it's popular-and trust me, Audition is popular-because I can't see what keeps people coming back. Like in the many (largely western developed) MMOs where there might be nothing to do except wander around and socialize, here there's nothing to do but dance (and socialize).
Then what intrigues me is that not only is the world populous, it's also clearly successful, because the majority of players I would interact with were not simply wearing the plain outfit the starting character comes with. Many, many players were visibly wearing clothes purchased with real-world money, something which for a game so limited I'm surprised you would do. So what makes them stick around?"