Parents' Guide to

Everybody Dance

By Christy Matte, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Multi-player dancing with make-your-own choreography.

Game PlayStation 3 2011
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If you enjoy dancing games like Just Dance, EVERYBODY DANCE will be right up your alley. The PlayStation Move controller allows the game to not only track that you are moving, but where you are moving. It is more accurate than other games of the same genre, but still only records the movements of one hand/arm. The music selection is nicely varied, so most people will find something that they like; and the option to download additional content expands the playability of the game. The Move camera captures your dance on video, which is either illuminating, hilarious, or humiliating, depending on your attitude toward dancing.

This is a fun game to play with a group and teens will no doubt enjoy the ability to record their own dances with which to challenge their friends. The Workout option is nice, but not terribly accurate. Since the game groups songs together for warm-ups, cool-downs, and various fitness levels, it may be useful to push players to go beyond just the easy songs, or those they are familiar with. Overall, it's a good game for the genre.

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