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Submitted by KMxRetro 1603d ago | review

Kinectronic.com: Michael Jackson - The Experience Review

Back when the millennium was just a year or two old, when the World was going through a bit of a Dancing Stage craze, it would have been a brave man who dared to suggest that the genre would be in rude health some ten years down the line. But, although we’ve switched from floor pads to actual movement tracking, that appears to be the case. Harmonix’s Dance Central has hit the spot with the press and gamers alike, and the Ubisoft’s own Just Dance series is still running up some big numbers on the Wii. The developers of that title – Ubisoft Paris – have reprised their Just Dance engine for the Wii edition of Michael Jackson: The Experience, and Ubisoft Montreal (who are behind this Kinect version) have taken their work and added to it here. (Kinect, Michael Jackson The Experience, Xbox 360) 2/5

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