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Dance Central 3 - Kinect - Xbox 360 Standard Edition

Platform : Xbox 360
Rated: Teen

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  • The #1-selling dance franchise for Kinect is back this fall with new features, including a multiplayer party mode for up to 8 players.
  • With a soundtrack featuring 40+ new tracks, from the disco grooves of the 70's to current chart-topping dance hits, "Dance Central 3" delivers the most electrifying soundtrack yet.
  • The library from the original "Dance Central" and "Dance Central 2" will be importable into "Dance Central 3."
  • The fully integrated ingame Music Store will allow players to continue to expand their libraries, for a total of more than 140 songs and routines available at launch!**
  • **Additional fee required to import from original ?Dance Central? game. Add-on songs sold separately. Xbox LIVE required for in-game Music Store.
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  • Platform:   Xbox 360
  • ESRB Rating: Teen Teen
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Product Details

  • ASIN: B002I0K3Z2
  • Product Dimensions: 19 x 13.5 x 1.5 cm ; 77 g
  • Release Date: Oct. 16 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,665 in Computer and Video Games (See Top 100 in Computer and Video Games)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Sean Smith on Dec 23 2012
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The game includes both the standard dance modes seen in the earlier titles in the Dance Central series, but also a fun campaign mode where you must learn all of the dance crazes from the 70s until now. It also includes a fitness mode that allows you to set goals and tracks your time played and calories burned. It was very easy to import songs from Dance Central 1 and 2 for a small cost of Microsoft points. I would recommend it to fans of the previous games and to anyone looking for a party game.
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I rate it 5 stars.

The product was shipped and delivered before expected delivery date. Because it's just a game case with a disc in it, it was shipped and delivered to me via Canada Post with "Lettermail" (basically, it's just normal mail. They won't deliver it, they'll just put it in your mailbox along with your other mail).

The packaging was protective with bubble wrap inside it. Game was brand new (you can tell by the plastic wrap around it), disc wasn't scratched and worked on my Xbox. I've been playing it ever since.

I would definitely recommend purchasing this.
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604 of 606 people found the following review helpful
An amazing game for an exercise beginner! Nov. 20 2012
By Liraella - Published on
I feel that it's important for people who are more overweight to see real reviews from customers like them. For that reason, I have chosen to disclose that I am a 32 year old woman who presently weighs 270 lbs. I ask that this disclosure be respected for its intended purpose, which is to evidence a true "beginner" review.

My girlfriends know I'm on a mission to lose over 100 pounds, and they always invite me to work out with them - walks, gym, Zumba classes, you name it. But the fact is that I simply cannot keep up. Until now.

Dance Central 3 is an amazingly enjoyable game, even for someone who usually falls behind. This game has easy to follow moves, an awesome rehearsal mode that can even slow moves down so you can properly learn them if needed, and infinite ways to challenge yourself. The first couple times you play it, you may feel a bit lost in some of the moves, but the tracks are kickin' and the moves are realistic, and it makes you want to keep going.

From a fitness standpoint, this game is awesome. It estimates calories burned, tracks how long you've been active during the session, and has playlists that provide continual music to help you keep going. I have terrible knees, and I am always afraid to blow one out. I just hop a little less or "fake" whatever I don't think I can do, and keep going. There are slow songs and songs that will really increase your heart rate. And the best part is that you can turn the "pictures" mode OFF. I'm so grateful that I don't have to be photographed when I'm working out!! This installment also has an option to "level up," so you unlock outfits for your characters over time - another cute way to add variety.

I have always been that one that "won't work out around anyone" because I feel fat, slow, and incapable. But I play this game so often, that I now host Dance Central parties and join in with my friends. I actually now usually play a skill level above my friends because they feel left out like I once used to. I've held small gatherings of up to 10 friends, and everyone has a great time. It was a very well-spent $50 to have a killer time with my pals and on my own.

Dance Central 1 and Dance Central 2 are also awesome games, and they're importable into DC3. I now have over 100 songs to choose from, and for someone who hates repetitive exercise, that's such a blessing. With the dance central games, I'm now active a few days a week for up to two hours, and I finally have a way to be more active with my friends.

The bottom line - don't be intimidated by this game. It's flexible, extremely well done, very fun, and you can keep up with this game. Close the window blinds, turn off the photograph option in the game, crank up the volume, and rock it out!
66 of 70 people found the following review helpful
Buy it Jan. 2 2013
By FlyersFan - Published on
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I am an out of shape, fully tattooed, death metal, dance music hating guy. I bought this for my wife. For some reason she likes dance music. BUT if she turns this game on--- move the couch because I am dancing with her too! The game rocks and is suitable for all levels of skill and shape. I cannot comment on the song selection because I would never purchase any of it but it really doesn't matter once you get going. Buy it.
30 of 35 people found the following review helpful
Play That Funky Music Oct. 16 2012
By Gabujabu - Published on
Dance Central 3 is a fantastic follow-up to the previous entries in the series, and quite possibly the best piece of software yet for Microsoft's little sensor that could. As a fan of Harmonix's Rock Band series, I purchased the Kinect solely for Dance Central and could not be happier with the purchase. Like the previous entries, the Kinect sensor is incredibly accurate in tracking dance movements, and the characters and environments in the game are both fun and charming. Your performance is rated by a number of points/stars, and multiple difficulties allow the game to be accessible to novices and veteran dancers alike. New modes like Crew Throwdown allow up to 8 players to join the action, while Party Mode allows players to come and go as they please.

The title offers an eclectic mixture of 45 songs, including tracks ranging from "In Da Club" by 50 Cent, "Y.M.C.A." by the Village People, "Macarena" by Los Del Rio, and "Moves Like Jagger" by Maroon 5. Most of your favorite characters of the previous entries will return (although I have yet to find my beloved ninjas). The tracks are arranged by time periods (70s, 80s, 90s, 00s, 10s). There is also a delightfully nonsensical story-line. Basically, a devilish old man wishes to destroy the power of dance. Your mission as a secret agent of Dance Central Intelligence is to go into the various time periods, learn their characteristic dance moves, and thwart his evil plans.

Of course, you will also be able to import tracks from Dance Central 1, 2, and any previous downloadable content (DLC). You will not have to pay again if you paid the fee to import tracks from Dance Central 1 to 2, nor will you pay again for any DLC. The cost of importing Dance Central 2 tracks is 400 points in Xbox funny money, otherwise known as $4.99. Dance Central 3 will also be supported regularly with DLC, and rumors indicate that one of those songs may be the ever-popular "Gangnam Style." In all, it is possible to have a library with well over 100 songs. An upcoming update will also incorporate Microsoft's Smart Glass technology, which will allow a tablet device to act as a virtual DJ.

Whether you are looking for a fun evening after work/school or a great party game, Dance Central 3 is a fantastic choice.
35 of 43 people found the following review helpful
Doesn't disappoint! Oct. 17 2012
By Katie S - Published on
Dance Central has done it again! I have loved this game since the first one came out and this one does not disappoint. The storyline isn't my favorite and I honestly can't stand Usher as being Boomy's voice but the concept of the game and the variation in the music and choreography can't be beat!

I typically play this game alone so I can't comment much on the extras as far as party mode and dance off but if you are planning on playing this alone I can tell you that you will have a GREAT time anyway!

I also imported my songs from DC1 and DC2 without any problems. If you imported DC1 into DC2, the DC1 songs will automatically be added to your DC3 playlist. You will need 400 MS points (about $5) to import the DC2 songs (and of course the code on the back of your DC2 manual). All DLC purchased in previous versions automatically downloads. You have to be connected to the internet and on an Xbox Live account of course.

Overall this is a great game and is a workout (mind and body!) in disguise! It's got something for everyone and if you're not the most coordinated, it can even turn you into a Miss Aubrey ;)
27 of 36 people found the following review helpful
The best Dance Central to date Oct. 16 2012
By Lisa Laugh - Published on
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Dance Central 3 has completely stepped it up from both Dance Central and Dance Central 2.

First of all, the song selection. This Dance Central focuses on dance crazes of different time periods (70's, 80's, 90's, and 00's) and does not disappoint.

If the songs themselves don't get you excited, the choreography definitely will. The routines in this game are extremely hard compared to the other DC's (beginner has been added as a difficulty, so everyone can still have fun regardless of skill level) but are SO fun. I cannot stress how much fun they are.

The graphics are amazing as usual. The characters look a lot less chunky and blocky. They're smoother, crisper, and have so much more personality. The venues are fun and fit their time period. When you get a flawless streak, the venues drop out and you get this awesome neon light background that pulsates the lights to the beat of the songs. The menu lay out has a "DCI" theme, that I personally think is cool.

The new party and crew throw down modes are a refreshing edition to the multiplayer. Although, I wont go into it much, since I haven't had much time to play around with those.

My only complaints are that the menu can be confusing at times. Like when trying to back out of certain modes and what not. Easily fixed by pressing B on a controller. It's a bit annoying to have to do the "keep the beat" mini game every time you travel through era's in story mode. Also, you can't sort songs according to era.

All in all I've never had so much fun with a dance game. Again, I CANNOT stress enough how much fun the routines are. If you loved DC2, you'll love this.

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