Dance Central, with two previous titles, is a well-established series. It’s not something that needs any further explanation at this point beyond “That Harmonix game where you dance like a lunatic in front of your TV for the bemusement of your drunken friends.” If you’ve picked up Dance Central 3, or are considering it, you likely know exactly what you’re getting into.
+Far more diverse set-list then the previous games.
+Funny, if not slightly cheesy, ‘story mode’ in the vein of Elite Beat Agents.
+Gangnam Style DLC announced.
-Shorter set-list than other games in the genre.
-Dance party mode only offers the set-list via SmartGlass.
When the Kinect originally launched, two years ago now, there was only one thing that had me excited for the hardware (I mean, aside from the potential and the games we were all dreaming up; I mean real, announced titles). That game was Dance Central. “Harmonix is allowing gamers an excuse to dance like fools in the safety of their own living rooms?” I thought.