Dance Central Spotlight
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So back to the original posit that this newest generation of consoles is filling up with HD remakes. At a cost of $1.99 per track times ten tracks, you are essentially getting the game for free and the tracks at half price. This update to the Xbox One costs less than two cups of coffee and is far more than just a new coat of paint. Come for the new and improved features, stay for the far better soundtrack.
Whether you're a new owner of a Xbox One or have owned one and looking for game Dance Central: Spotlight is a game to check out. You'll have fun and if you have a family, they will as well.
Dance Central Spotlight is the first Xbox One game to make a compelling case for Microsoft's once-mandatory peripheral.
Dance Central Spotlight is a lean but thoroughly enjoyably sequel that shifts its focus toward the core dancing experience.
Spotlight focuses on movement itself
Dance Central Spotlight is a very good formula to follow for future music games with a cheap cost of admission and the chance to build your own personal collection of songs.
Fans might be a bit upset with lack of of game modes and mini-games that usually get packed into a Dance Central title but this price I think they'll be able to appreciate the trade-off. It's definitely worth picking up if you want something fun to do with your Kinect besides telling it to go to Netflix.
When Microsoft first launched Kinect for the Xbox 360, there was only one true must-have game: Harmonix's Dance Central. From 2010 to 2012, the Dance Central franchise was the premiere Kinect series, and now Harmonix is looking to repeat their success on the Xbox One with Dance Central Spotlight. This new entry returns to the series' origins with an emphasis on dancing, learning new routines, and having a genuine blast - be it with a group of friends or on your own. It's time to bust-a-move and Dance Central Spotlight is shining its light on you.
Dance Central Spotlight seems like a logical next step for Harmonix. It's a safe release that's not tied down to an expensive physical copy, but rather a small serving that looks to be the appetizer to a build-your-own dinner combo comprised of only the delectable songs that fit your musical taste.
Dance Central Spotlight may not break the mold when it comes to being the ultimate next-gen experience, but it does provide a comfortable groove that fans will no doubt want to slip back into – especially as far as the new price point is concerned. $10 is a good value, and being able to add songs and DLC at your own free will is a nice freedom to have. Although, seriously, "Turn Down For What." That's a party in itself.