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A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this game.
Sex, Romance & Nudity
Some of the costumes are somewhat revealing, but they are seen from far away.
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Bruno can be heard saying "Hell." Some of the lyrics in songs are suggestive.
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Products & Purchases
This is a video game based on the Dancing with the Stars TV show, and it helps to promote the show.
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this is a game based on the TV ballroom dancing show Dancing with the Stars. It is also sold under the name Dancing with the Stars: Get Your Dance On! The game is rated E+10 because some of the lyrics in of the dance songs are suggestive. Also one of the judges can be heard saying "hell." While the game play is fun, fans of the show will be very disappointed with the sub-par character graphics. It is hard to tell who you are looking at.
Is It Any Good?
The rhythm part of the game is fun, especially because you can choose your level of difficulty from three levels. The easiest level can be played by newbies. And the ability to pair together your two favorite dancers is a great way to have you connect to the game. Since it is hard to watch the dancers while you are busy tapping, the game cleverly offers you a replay after the dance is done, just to let you watch.
However, all is not perfect with this game. The close-up animations of your favorite dancers are just awful. It is hard to figure out who you are looking at. What is even weirder is that when the dancers move onto the dance floor, instead of being bloated and unrecognizable, they now seem lithe and fluid. This inconsistency in the visual presentation takes away from the overall enjoyment of the game.
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