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Dance, Dance, Revolution
Disney Grooves



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Dance, Dance, Revolution; Disney Grooves: Konami, rated E for everyone, MSRP $US69.99. Well, game maker Konami has done it again.

The newest version of the Dance Revolution takes you to the magical world of Disney and makes the kids, and parents, want to jump off the couch and start dancing.

By combining the mega-popular DanceDanceRevolution game, 40 of Disney's most popular musical hits, classic Disney characters, and the technology of the Wii Konami has created a really fun and exciting, family oriented game that gets you up and moving to the tunes. Up to four people can play at a time. The initial set comes with two floor mats, and before you unlock anything, you start off with 18 songs, including "Bippidi-Bobbidi-Boo," "Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah," and "I Just Can't Wait to be King."

You choose your mii and play the game. The Disney characters like Mickey, Minnie, and Goofy will dance along with you during the songs. The backgrounds are quite bright and colorful! Each time you successfully complete a dance, you unlock something new, you can unlock up to 60 Disney themed costumes to dress your mii in, and up to 40 songs to dance to. You can choose to play with the dance pad or with a classic controller. You have the option to play with the Wii-mote and Nunchuk to control hand movements or choose to turn off the hand movements. If you want to turn off the hand markers, you can do that under Options. Whichever way you decide to play, you'll be up and having a good time. The Crew laughed continuously while playing, mostly at the Moms and Dads "dance moves". It seems very easy when you watch but standing on the mat and hitting those arrows at just the right time takes some practice. The best part is you have so much fun it doesn't really matter what skill level you are. There are a few different modes of play available in Dance Dance Revolution: Disney Grooves:

  • Groove Mode - unlock more songs and items. Each venue has an audience request that you need to pass to clear the level. Clearing levels unlocks items, new songs, and more levels.

  • Free Play Mode - is where you just play the game. Here you have your choice of all the songs that have been unlocked so far. You can play alone or with friends. There are no goals that you need to beat. You simply need to play well enough to clear the song.

  • Workout Mode - allows you to create custom workout lists to play to. It also keeps track of how many calories you've burned based on your weight. You can set a password to keep your personal profile private and secure.

  • My Studio - Here you can take pictures of your character solo or with the Disney characters, silly but fun.


This game is great for kids and adults. It gets everyone up and moving, playing together, and having fun.

 

also see -> Disney's Princess Learn to Write

Toy Guru Toy & Game ReviewsAbout the Author: Mary Rose is a Mommy, a writer and an early childhood educator who believes in learning through play and the value of good toys.

 

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