The Hip Hop Dance Experience: Game Review

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The Hip Hop Dance Experience is available for both Xbox 360 and Nintendo Wii at Amazon.com ~ and it’s a great deal for such a fun game!
 

My girls enjoyed playing Ubisoft’s Just Dance Disney Party so much that I thought they might flip over The Hip Hop Dance Experience for the Xbox 360 Kinect!

The Hip Hop Dance Experience features 4 different dance modes: Dance Party Mode, Dance Battle Mode, Power Skooling Mode and Dance Marathon Mode. These allow you different play styles, from dancing alone to dancing competitively with a friend, perfecting your dance moves to dancing until you drop!

The girls particularly liked the Dance Marathon Mode, though the dance moves do get harder as you go… and some of them are really hard! They started out really enjoying the Dance Battle Mode, but neither of them are very good losers, so the enjoyment didn’t last long before it turned to arguing and tears.

We don’t listen to much hip hop music, so we didn’t know some of the songs (well, David knew them all, but he used to be a bit of a club rat). Some we liked, and some we didn’t like as much. To be completely honest, there were some that I downright disliked, but I’ve never claimed to be a fan of hip hop music. If you are a hip hop fan, this is the game for you! The girls’ favorites are “Hip Hop Hooray” by Naughty by Nature and “Sexy and I Know It” by LMFAO — oh boy, do they love that one!

I love that they had fun, though some of the songs and dance moves are a little too sexy for me to be entirely comfortable with my young girls dancing along. Overall though, our family gives The Hip Hop Dance Experience 3 out of 5 stars!

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I'm Heather, a married mama of two teen girls, a stillborn baby girl (7/1/12), and a sweet and wild preschool girl (4/2/14). I've been blogging at The Destiny Manifest since 2001. I like to write about appreciating all of the beautiful little things that surround us, particularly in the face of grief, infant loss and mental health issues. Every day is an adventure!

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