Parents' Guide to

SingStar + Dance

By Michael Lafferty, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Popular music series adds dancing but has mature themes.

Game PlayStation 3 2010
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The SingStar franchise has been around since 2004 and very little has changed in concept or execution. While + Dance adds a new element, it doesn't feel like enough to make players run out and invest in the hardware necessary to play this game. There is a bundle that comes with microphones, but the Eye and Move are sold (and bundled) separately. What's more, some of the songs featured in this game have appeared in previous iterations; "I Will Survive" by Gloria Gaynor, for example, has been in several SingStar titles. There simply isn't enough new content to make this a standout game in the music and dance genres.

Online interaction: The PlayStation Eye captures videos of player performances and these videos can be shared online. Others can comment on profile posts. No direct comments can be made to players, but videos will show player handles. Players have the ability to report offensive material viewed online.

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