Xbox 360 Dance Central 3 Reviews

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Aug 26, 2012
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9 out of 10 - EGM
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Yet another triumph for the techno-troupe at Harmonix, Dance Central 3 rocks the house with all the style and substance you’d expect from the third entry in the series, offering a solid story and addictive multiplayer in this jammin’ journey through the last few decades of club-rockin’ tunes.

9 out of 10 - Official Xbox Magazine
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Still, Dance Central 3 worked its way into us, even more deeply than Dance Central 2 did. Whereas we loved DC2 and its routines with a fierce consciousness, Dance Central 3 infiltrated our bodies without us knowing it.

8.75 out of 10 - Game Informer
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With Dance Central, I don’t mind jumping right up and waving my arms and legs around like I know what I am doing. I have always enjoyed Harmonix’s dancing franchise, and Dance Central 3 is the best experience I have ever had with Kinect.

8.5 out of 10 - Game Spot
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A terrific new party mode and other smart additions to the franchise make Dance Central 3 the best way yet to get groovy with your Kinect.

8 out of 10 - IGN
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Dance Central 3 continues to proves 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 much time you spend banging your head against tutorial walls, your effort pays off in spades.
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