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Dance Paradise 360 Kinect

Dance Paradise

360 Kinect


Further reading:
Dance Paradise Announced
Dance Central
Dance Masters
Michael Jackson The Experience

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Dance Paradise has been released on 360 Kinect and been provided for us to preview/review by the publisher.

Believe it or not we are still playing it. Here are some extracts of what we made of it in chronological order:

"Dance Paradise misses the mark with vague controls that undermine any real sense of dancing. Even next to the old Dance Dance Revolution games, this was a disappointment..."
- Returning Gamer (Mon, 27 Dec 2010)

"Dance Paradise simplifies Kinect's dancing, but loses a little of the excitement along the way. However, for families with kids over 12 this is the best Kinect dance game so far..."
- Family Gamer (Wed, 17 Nov 2010)

Dance Paradise 360 Kinect Release

20/11/2010 05:30

Dance Paradise full song/track list includes some great British sounds from the likes of Supergrass, Star Sailor, Lily Allen, Geri Halliwell, Atomic Kitten (ed: really?), Mika and Sophie Ellis Bextor.

They are joined by international talent to get your 360 Kinect avatar grooving - 50 Cent, Nelly, Daft Punk, MC Hammer, Snoop Dogg, Lady Gaga and Pixie Lott.

Dance Paradise Song List

50 Cent                     In Da Club
Akon	                    Bellydancer
Atomic Kitten               Ladies Night
Brick and Lace              Love is Wicked
Caesars                     Jerk It Out
Cassius                     Toop Toop
Cassius                     The Sound of Violence
Daft Punk                   Around The World
David Guetta                When Love Takes Over
Debi Nova                   Drummer Boy
Empire of Sun               Walking on a Dream
Fall Out Boy                Dance Dance
Frankie Goes to Hollywood   Relax
Geri Halliwell              It's Raining Men
Gwen Stefani                What You Are Waiting For
Gwen Stefani                Hollaback Girl
Kenna                       Say Goodbye to Love
Kevin Rudolf and Lil Wayne  Let it Rock
Kool and the Gang           Celebration
Lady Gaga                   Bad Romance
Lady Gaga                   Poker Face
La Roux                     Bulletproof
Lil Wayne and Static        Lollipop
Lily Allen                  F*** You
MC Hammer                   Can't Touch This
Mika                        We are Golden
Mika                        Lollipop
Nelly                       Hot in Here
No Doubt                    Hey Baby
Orianthi                    According to You
Pixie Lott                  Mama Do
Pussycat Dolls              When I Grow Up
Rihanna                     Disturbia
Shaggy                      Hey Sexy Lady
Snoop Dogg                  Beautiful
Sophie Ellis Bextor         Murder on the Dance floor
Star Sailor                 Four to the Floor
Supergrass                  Alright
Taio Cruz                   Break Your Heart
Yelle                        cause des garcons

Dance Paradise Announced


Dance Paradise focuses on multiplayer challenges in an increasingly crowded cohort of Kinect dance games on the 360.

Dance Paradise joins the array of dancing games for 360's Kinect - Dance Central, Dance Masters and Michael Jackson The Experience.

It offers something different with a greater focus on its two player head to head mode. As with other Kinect titles, the dancing is controlled by the camera sensor that tracks limb movement. This offers not only a freer experience but the ability to improvise more move combos.

A partnership with Universal brings an impressive track list with music for all ages. This includes the following:

Dance Paradise will be released for 360 on 10th November.

Written by Paul Govan

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