Dance Central 3 is hitting store shelves soon for the Xbox 360. Gameplay remains relatively unchanged to Dance Central 3, but new additions and enhancements to the formula create a new experience. Let's take a quick look at the features and additions to Dance Central 3 and compare them to the previous installment, Dance Central 2.
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Dance Central 2 contains various new features, including voice control, simultaneous two player gameplay (in competitive and cooperative modes), drop-in/drop-out functionality for local players, improved and expanded fitness mode, and a more in-depth and customizable "Break it Down" mode, which allows players to practice specific moves in a dance routine.
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Dance Central 3 is an upcoming music/rhythm game. Gameplay revolves around following dance moves that are preformed by the on-screen dancers. With the third game in the series launching soon, what can we expect differently in this latest version. Dance Central 3 brings forth some new exciting new additions, modes, and songs.
Here are five things you need to know about Dance Central 3.
A few new additions to Dance Central 3 are the Crew Throwdown mode, Keep the Beat mode, and Make Your Move mode. In Crew Throwdown mode, two teams of up to four people go head-to-head in a series of preformances. This mode combines normal dance gameplay with battles and mini-games. Keep the Beat mode is a minigame which the player will have to track the rhythm …
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The verdict is in! The third installment of the Dance Central Franchise has received positive scores across many publications. Gameplay follows typical conventions of previous games, with players mimic the on-screen movements for points. The more accurately the player follows the move, the better the score. Dance Central 3 contains 45 songs on the disc, with various pre-order bonuses. New game modes include the Crew Throwdown mode, and various minigames.
The game is drops tomorrow for North American audiences.
8/10 Dance Central 3 continues to prove Harmonix is one of too-few developers that understands why Kinect can be special. The track list is varied and playful in a way that works with its terrific, tough story mode, and no matter how…
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