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Everybody Dance is the sequel to 2010's SingStar: Dance which requires the use of the PlayStation Move controller. The game includes multiple modes, in the regular solo dance mode your tasked with mimicking the dance moves shown on-screen using the Move controller. Successfully completing these dance moves will nab you points which at the end of the routine will give you a star rating based on your performance. In the workout mode, the game picks a selection of songs for you to dance two then gives you a chart at the end showing the amount of calories you burned during the session, as well as previous sessions. In the practice mode, the game will slowly take you through the individual dance moves so that you can improve your performance. Finally, in the party mode, up to 20 players compete to see who can get the highest score. Only two players can play at once, so players have to take turns. The game also allows you to create your own dance routines that can be played both in single-player and in the multi-player party mode. The game include 40 songs from varying decades, and additional song packs can be downloaded from the PlayStation Store.


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Alternate Titles

  • "DanceStar: Party" -- European title

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4Players.de Oct 27, 2011 65 out of 100 65


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firefang9212 (79048) added Everybody Dance (PlayStation 3) on Jan 13, 2018
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