Dance Central 3 DLC infiltrated by Gangnam Style
The newly released Dance Central 3 is a music video game that is expected to keep up with all the best hits that have braced the charts, and Harmonix Music Systems has informed fans that there will be some updated downloadable content destined to make its way to this recent installment. The arrival of Psy’s international phenomenon, “Gangnam Style,” is one of the major contenders to become accessible along with “Call Me Maybe” by Carly Rae Jepsen.
It seems that the last title mentioned will be available on Just Dance 4 and other artists like One Direction, Justin Bieber and LMFAO are also planned as upcoming DLC. In an article on Joystiq, they report on the various new tunes and authentic choreography that will be available as DLC for the recently released Dance Central 3, so those who want try out some of you saddle dancing moves Gangnam Style are informed to keep an eye out for more news of this in the next couple of months.
Looking at a brief review of Dance Central 3, True Achievements highlights all songs are unlocked and available from the beginning and the return of the ‘Perform’ mode is a welcome sign. This version also involves first Story mode that pits you up against Dr. Tan and his army, and the objective is to go back through the decades and perform the various crazes. While you learn the great routines that go with the songs the idea of the game is to build up the skills required to beat the aging Dr. Tan.
You will start in the 70s and bust your moves through to the present, with plenty of older classics on offer this time around. During the first part of the game their will be four songs from each era, accessible to you, with more becoming available as you progress. The choreography in this installment is said to more difficult compared to previous iterations, yet the routines seem to be noticeably fluid and less repetitive, as the different levels will give apprehensive novices a chance to get acquainted with the game.
When it comes to all the other Kinect dance titles out there this one seems to have the edge, as none of these compare to Dance Central 3. This game has more on offer than its competitors, and the way it teaches newcomers is ideal for those worried about the difficult choreography. Overall they have awarded Dance Central 3 with five stars for both the party game experience and the solo dancing, regarding this as the best dance game out there, without a shadow of a doubt. Were you expecting even more improvements with Dance Central 3?
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