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Submitted by trevlac 1236d ago | review

KINECTaku review: Dance Paradise (Xbox 360)

Quoting KINECTaku's Will Wilson:

"Dance Paradise feels cheap and plays like a slightly more advanced version of the Kinect identification system. The multiplayer modes have the potential to be a good one-off hit at a party due to the simplicity of the moves and lenient tracking, but this lack of depth and quality ultimately consigns it to dancing mediocrity." (Dance Paradise, Kinect, Xbox 360) 4/10

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