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The March DLC For Dance Central Is Nasty!


Okay, I have to admit that I really would love it if they could release DLC for Dance Central a little more frequently, but I totally understand that it's hard to get the choreography designed, motion captured and whatnot. I'm just glad it's coming out at all!

Today, you can download Chris Brown's "Yeah 3x" (Difficulty: Legit; Choreographer : Torey Nelson), but I won't be. No, I'm holding out until March 27, when they're releasing the Janet Jackson Dance Pack 01, including "Escapade" (Difficulty: Simple; Choreographer: Chanel Thompson) and "Nasty" (Difficulty: Legit; Choreographer: Marcos Aguirre).

I just hope these Janet songs are a lot easier than "Control," which turned out to be a lot harder than I expected. Seriously, I feel like it never registers any of my movements, even when I feel like I'm doing it right. Anyway, the individual songs are 240 Microsoft Points, and the Janet Jackson Dance Pack is 440 MP so you can save a few coins if you want them both (like I do!).

Now, who do I speak to about getting some more Kylie routines up in this thing?


Dude, I had the same issue with Dance Central. It did appear to track my movements really well... so well in fact that I couldn't get away with the fudging I was used to in other games :P

I could tell that I was off when I tried to play, because a limb would flash red and the game would basically tell me "UR DOIN IT RONG", which isn't particularly helpful. I gave up pretty quickly.

That said, my wife purportedly loves it, but will never play it in front of me. She's too embarrassed. I take her word for it.

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