Dancing Made Easy With Kinect Dance Central

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MTV Games and Harmonix created a new game that will allow you to play and learn new dance moves at the same time. The company that launched this game is also the company that launched a popular game called Rock Band a few years ago.

Using the Kinect motion sensor technology, a player doesn’t need a controller in order to play this game. The Kinect Camera Technology can detect the movements of the player and translate it into a game avatar. Another great feature of this game is that it has the capability to follow voice commands, and can capture face and hand gestures as you groove to the beat of the game.

Amateurs won’t have problems with this game, because it offers a feature called Break It Down system that will teach amateurs the step by step instructions on how to play the game. This system will show you where to place your hands and feet, while providing instant feedback as you groove.

Kinect Dance Central is just like the other Kinect dancing games, where a player will continuously receive feedback as they move throughout the game. This will help them improve, gradually turning them into professional dancers. If you would like to compete with your friends, all you have to do is to follow the movements of the character on-screen and the winner will be determined by the accuracy of how the player mimicked the character.

You can choose from a wide variety of songs, with more than six hundred moves to learn and follow. This game also features popular artists including Lady Gaga herself and her hit single “Poker Face” and some of the all-time favorite songs like “Brick House”. In conclusion, this game, Kinect Dance Central, allows anyone of all ages to enjoy the process of learning how to dance. This game is also one of the best ways to spend some quality time with your family.

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