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Tuesday, April 5, 2011

COUNTRY DANCE WII GAME REVIEW

Scoot your boots to the beat of your favorite dances with GameMill’s Country Dance, a music and rhythm video game that allows you to “honky tonk” with your friends and family in your own living room. Invite them over for a down home dance session, or practice your favorite dances on your own. The song list is HOT and the entire family will be dancin’ the night away!!
Country Dance features more than 25 songs from country music’s biggest names of past and present including Carrie Underwood, Miranda Lambert, Brad Paisley, Sugarland, Johnny Cash, Miley Cyrus, Brooks & Dunn, Zac Brown Band, Tim McGraw and more.

Country Dance is easily accessible to newcomers and familiar to fans of the popular rhythm dance genre of videogames. With integrated friendly cooperative modes, anyone can pick-up a Wii Remote™ and get moving along with their favorite dance partners. For more experienced players, the perfection mode assesses each dancer’s skill and gives a score only when their move is a perfect hit.

Country Dance for Wii™ is rated E10+ for Everyone by the ESRB and is now available for $39.99. For more information about Country Dance, please visit Country Dance on Facebook or follow Country Dance on twitter @Country_Dance. Country Blast I have to say that it was an absolute blast! After trying a few times we were able to keep up with the on-screen animations, but it is not as punishing if you are not right on as some other dance games are. This is important for us because our small kids love to play as well and can do so with this game, but my husband and I also try it looking for those perfect scores.

If you are looking for a serious dance game this one is not for you. If, however ,you want a game that you can just have "silly fun" with then this is a great choice. My husband and I had to finally pull ourselves away from it because we were having just to much fun with it.

I love it. This games takes less concentration than the games that require a dance pad or a balance board; you're mimicking a dancer on-screen instead of watching for arrows and combinations. The only thing you need to use is the basic Wii controller.

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