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Dance Masters


$50.00 Released November, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Made by the makers of the Dance Dance Revolution series: should be somewhat familiar to DDR fans. Dancer image capturing allows players to share funny moments. Four player multi-player makes it a great party game choice.

The Cons:Requires the Kinect sensor, making it a $200 investment. Very Japanese-centric design that may be unfamiliar to western audiences.

The Dance Masters is a Kinect-based dancing simulator for the Xbox 360. Users can dance to 30 integrated tracks (hiphop, r&b, pop, etc) or one of many downloadable Xbox LIVE tracks. Three modes are included; lesson for tutorial dancing; status for tracking progress; and Dance, which is where users compete against the computer, friends, or players on Xbox Live.

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Some features that differentiate Masters from Dance Central include the ability to record oneself dancing and then use the image as a back-up dancers; the ability to take snapshots and share them; and multiplayer support for four people. Zumba Fitness, on the other hand, features dance for the purpose of weight loss, whereas Dance Masters is more about fun times.

Features

  • Dancing Simulator
  • Kinect Sensor/Controller
  • Body-Motion Based
  • Lesson/Status/Dance Modes
  • Record Oneself
  • BackupDancers
  • Snapshots
  • Xbox Live
  • Challenges
  • Theme Packs
  • 30 Integrated Tracks
  • Multiple Difficulty Levels

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    Made by the makers of the Dance Dance Revolution series: should be somewhat familiar to DDR fans.

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    Dancer image capturing allows players to share funny moments.

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    Four player multi-player makes it a great party game choice.

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    Includes 30 tracks from a number of genres (club music classics, Hip Hop, R&B, Pop and Techno) with future tracks available as DLC.

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    Extensive dance lesson/tutorial mode helps ease players into using the Kinect.

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    Requires the Kinect sensor, making it a $200 investment.

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    Very Japanese-centric design that may be unfamiliar to western audiences.

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