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DanceStar Party- PS3

DanceStar Party- PS3
alaScore 83

14 reviews

Oct, 2014

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the DanceStar Party- PS3 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 83/100 = Very good quality.

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DanceStar Party

 

People like to talk about how gaming technology is evolving rapidly. It seems like motion controllers took many by surprise, appearing to come out of nowhere. However for a sadly maligned group of gamers, the technology is for the most part impressive...

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Dancestar Party Review

 

I will admit right here, right now, that the only thing I find more terrifying than being selected to sing “Angels” at a low lit, local pub having it's karaoke night, is having a letter through the door telling me I've been chosen to participate in a...

To summarise then, Dancestar Party has certainly grabbed my attention. It’s a game that under normal circumstances, I’d turn a blind eye to, but exploring it’s options and just trying it out has been great. It’s a fun, accessible title for all ages and...

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DanceStar Party PS3 Review

 

Dancing games that make use of Sony's Move controller can hardly do the job as well as Microsoft's Kinect, although these games are a lot to do with the participation over anything else, and a lot of the audience just won't care if the PlayStation Eye...

Taken for what it is then, a slickly presented game with accurate Move Controls, DanceStar Party does the job. The abscence of the option for a single player to make use of two motion controllers is rather strange and there’s also a smattering of other...

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DanceStar Party

 

There comes a point in any videogame genre's lifetime when innovation begins to falter and titles begin to settle into the comfort of the familiar. For dance games, the last big innovation was Dance Central's controller-less, full body tracking, a...

Although DanceStar Party doesn’t exceed expectations, it competantly meets them and the whole thing is delivered with the same kind of glossy accessibility that SingStar fans have come to know and love. Though unlikely to challenge Dance Central’s...

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