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Submitted by Cyrus365 1603d ago | review

GameFocus: Michael Jackson The Experience Review

GameFocus: "When rumors started swirling about Michael Jackson making a video game after his tragic death, two choices came up: a Moonwalker remake and a Karaoke title. At the time, both Kinect and Move weren’t much publicized and while the Wii already had an important dancing franchise going on with Just Dance, most people automatically linked the King of Pop video game project to be something related to Singstar, mostly because of the relationship between MJ and Sony."

Pros

+ Ability to learn some of the different choreography
+ Solid dance mechanics
+ Each tracks has its own distinctive presentation
+ Solid track selection...

Cons

- … despite notable omissions. Ballads? Can’t dance to that!
- Scoring system is brutal
- Overall presentation could have been better
- No DLC support (Michael Jackson The Experience, Wii) 7.9/10

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