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Michael Jackson: The Experience on 360 Wii PS3

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Michael Jackson: The Experience is a Rhythmaction game available on the 360 Wii PS3. It can be played in Sharedscreen modes.

Michael Jackson: The Experience is a Rhythmaction game. Rhythm action games combine the enjoyment that comes from creating music with the challenge of video game scoring. The player is usually tasked with dancing on a mat, tapping a touch screen, pressing a button, singing into a mic or strumming a fake guitar controller in time with the music.

Michael Jackson: The Experience can be played in a Sharedscreen mode. Shared Screen Multiplayer games create a multiplayer experience where players all share the same screen space. Rather than splitting the screen into portions for each player the game scales to fit each player in view even when they are a long way apart. Football and fighting games often take this approach as the shared view doesn't impede the players ability to take part in the action.


Michael Jackson The Experience

The Michael Jackson The Experience seems a perfect fit for a tailored Just Dance game. Classic moves, great tracks and a greater sense of history make this a promising dance game.

While his music may not "unite us all", there's no doubt Michael Jackson is as popular now as ever. The Michael Jackson The Experience takes the exscuisit Just Dance 2 formula and injects it with the iconic King of Pop.
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Family Gamer review Thu, 21 Apr 2011

Michael Jackson: The Experience on Kinect is very different to the Wii and PS3 version. Controller-less dancing is not without its hitches but the freedom of movement it creates feels more than worth it.

As you will remember, my family have really enjoyed the Just Dance games. When my wife realised that the new Michael Jackson dance game was from the same people she was really keen to try it out.
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Junior Gamer review Thu, 21 Apr 2011

Michael Jackson: The Experience adds his classic moves to the Just Dance formula on the Wii. Our junior gamer tried it out, with a little help from her dad, before having a go on the 360 Kinect and PS3 Move versions to see how they compared...

Sometimes I get to play games that are too old for me. Not on my own, but with my family. Michael Jackson: The Experience is one of these games.
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Teen Gamer review Thu, 21 Apr 2011

Michael Jackson: The Experience brings Just Dance to the PlayStation 3. Rather than simply replicating the Wii game's success, singing, choreography options, videos and pictures make this the definitive version -- providing the King of Pop is to your taste.

My whole family have been Just Dance obsessed the last couple of years. We have bought the original, Just Dance 2 and Just Dance Kids. Don't get me wrong I like the game a lot, I just never really got into it.
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Fit Gamer review Sat, 25 Dec 2010

Michael Jackson: The Experience may lack depth, complexity and progression, but slick game-play and fantastic source material courtesy of the King of Pop makes it an huge amount of fun.

Before there were exercise games, there were dance games. When Wii Fit was just a twinkle in Nintendo's eye Dance Dance Revolution (Wii) was already being used to get kids up and moving around. Despite all the great fitness games out there, dance games are still much more fun, and can be a really good way of burning a few calories in your own home while making it feel like anything but work.
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Domestic Gamer review Thu, 25 Nov 2010

Michael Jackson The Experience turns Just Dance into a one gloved tribute to the king of pop. Although this is more of the same, the format is easily strong enough to support the themed release.

I've really enjoyed both the original Just Dance game and the recent sequel Just Dance 2. The simple clear dance moves, great choreography and sensibly shaped dancers make it something that my whole family can enjoy.
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