Thursday, December 13, 2012

Just Dance Disney Party Game Review

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I was so excited to be able to review Just Dance Disney Party for Xbox 360 Kinect. My four year old son, Nick, just loves Disney. He also loves to dance, so it was a perfect match. The game itself is rated E for everyone, and has quite a selection of songs. The songs are based off of either Disney channel shows or Disney movies. The game is easy to navigate and has different options to choose from. The three options are Just Dance, Dance and Parents, Just Create. The Dance and Parents option is for the parents to monitor the Play Tracker and other parental controls.

The game is like other Just Dance games. You are to mimic what the dancers on the screen are doing, and it's really great about picking up your movements. Each song has different difficulty levels, which can be seen as you scroll through them. So there's no need to worry about it being to hard or easy for your kid. My son wanted to do Phineas and Ferb, being as they are his favorite, and it wasn't the easiest one for him. He did an okay job with it. I really think that the kids should get more points for trying though. Here's a video of him playing.

The other cool thing is there are different options on how to play the game. You can choose Just Dance, Freeze & Shake, and Balloon Pop. Just some more ways to get the kids moving and grooving. Overall, I think it's a good game and that Nick will enjoy it for awhile.

You can purchase Just Dance Disney Party for Xbox Kinect or the Wii here. Do you already have this game? If so, what ages are your kids and what do they think of it?

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