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Experience The World's Hottest Dance Party Get the party started in your living room with the world's hottest group in the world's hottest new dance game. The Black Eyed Peas Experience features chart-topping tracks from the Black Eyed Peas – including the biggest hits that transformed them into a global phenomenon. Perform iconic dance moves alongside, Fergie, Taboo and with authentic choreography designed exclusively for the group. Rock your own look by customizing your avatar's appearance and creating your own choreography. The Black Eyed Peas Experience is the ultimate dance game and the ultimate way to keep the party rocking. Track listing Boom Boom Pow Cali to NY (feat. De La Soul) Disco Club Don't Lie Don't Phunk With My Heart Don't Stop The Party Dum Diddly Everything Wonderful (BEP & David Guetta) Fashion Beats Hey Mama I Gotta Feeling Imma Be Just Can't Get Enough Let's Get It Started (Spike mix) Love You Long Time Meet Me Halfway My Humps My Style...

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The Black Eyed Peas Experience - Xbox 360

The Black Eyed Peas Experience - Xbox 360

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  • A deep dance gameplay experience featuring all the members of the top-selling cross-over Hip-hop...
  • 30 hit tracks by The Black Eyed Peas
  • Controller-free gameplay using the Kinect Sensor support (sold separately and required for play)...
  • On-screen prompts for each move and a two player co-op dance option
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  • MPN: 59708
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Current Price $14.80 April 11, 2019
Highest Price $14.85 January 21, 2019
Lowest Price $0.45 January 16, 2019
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  1. I can’t say I’m a huge BEP fan, but I can say I am a huge dancer so when I saw this game released I figured sooner or later I would buy it. I did and I was pleasantly surprised! Many people might complain at the fact that the game is all BEP songs, but I feel like the music is appropriate for a dancing game – it’s loud, catchy and it gets you moving. Also, I noticed there was one reviewer that based their review entirely on the fact that there were curse words, all I have to say about that is that the game is rated T for teen and “T (Teen) have content that may be suitable for ages 13 and older. Titles in this category may contain violence, suggestive themes, crude humor, minimal blood, simulated gambling, and/or infrequent use of strong language.” So if you prefer some clean, family friendly fun this game might not be for you. Other than that I liked the deluxe experience and the ability to customize your avatar (despite the fact that when dancing you can only see the back…) because it kept me dancing. The game responds very well, except when you do moves that are not as dramatic but I don’t really mind it because the choreography is a lot of fun.

  2. I expected this game to be kind of lame. I assumed it would use the Black Eyed Peas gimmick as a crutch so that it didn’t have to be as good as Dance Central 2 and Just Dance 3. I was wrong.I own the other two top dance games for the kinect (Dance Central 2 and Just Dance 3). The other games are good, but this is by far the best.This game exudes an intangible element of quality in its execution. I’m very curious as to how much effort went into this production compared to other games. Its very polished, especially considering the kinect itself is so new. Another thing to be aware of is its emphasis on learning. It seems the developers sincerely wanted to help people learn the dance moves and become good dancers. Some of the dance routines are pretty difficult and the developers put together a very good system to walk you through each dance and learn the dance moves. If I had to guess, the major complaint that other people might have for this game is its challenge and emphasis on learning, but I think that’s what I really like about it. The developers sacrificed profits from cheap thrills to produce something with real substance.

  3. What I enjoyed about this game:1. I wouldn’t say I’m a Black Eyed Peas fan, but I do find their music groovy. There are several songs to choose from and most of them I definitely have heard before. So it’s not like they chose the lame songs that never made it on the charts or anything like that.2. The dance moves range from super-doable to WHOA-are-you-kidding-me. So I actually think it’d have universal appeal to whatever your dance level is!3. I like the fact this game comes with dancer functions as well as singer functions. Note: the Kinect microphone/microphone headset does not work on this game. You need to use a wireless mic to sing into it (up to 2 singers, up to 2 dancers). My husband was smart enough to try out our Wii RockBand microphone and it worked GREAT! WHEW. I WAS SO GLAD I DIDN’T HAVE TO GO BUY SOMETHING ELSE!4. You will definitely sweat. Even if you’re a good dancer, I think these moves will get your heart going.5. They go over the steps with you pretty thoroughly before you hit the routine. Not as well as Dance Central (I’ll go over that in a sec) but it does the job.What I think can be improved:1. It’s the mom in me, but holy cheese, some of those song lyrics are a little…. R rated. I almost wish they have a radio edit version on everything.2. Though your dance moves are marked with some sort of comment (almost there – good – great – incredible!), it does NOT tell you what you’re doing wrong like Dance Central (DC) does. At least in DC they mark the parts of your body that is out of sync, but in this one, you just have to guess.3. In DC they also have a shadow of yourself on the screen so you can somewhat see what you’re doing. This game has an avatar that mimics what you’re doing, but it makes you look a LOT better than you actually do. So it’s making you wonder, “What the heck am I doing wrong to get a “almost there” grade!?!??! My avatar looks GREAT!”4. This is probably not a problem for anyone but me, but I thought the avatar was a bit limited as to hairstyle and facial features. Nothing beats RockBand’s avatar options, but this was REALLY simplified.I would give this game a 4.5 stars if I could, 1/2 point taken off ONLY because of some very small problems (some probably won’t affect or offend you at all). I highly recommend it!!!

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    The Future Mrs. Vines April 28, 2015 at 12:00 am

    Definitely a high intensity experience to help you work out and perfect your dancing skills. As a 35-year old mom, who used to rock the dance clubs, I’ve learned that I kinda don’t have it goin’ on anymore, but I CAN get my groove back by using this game 3-4 times per week to get in shape and get back my dance moves.We have an Xbox One, but I knew that my teenage son and my future husband would have no interest in dancing with me so I went for a discounted price on this for Xbox 360 with Kinect. I’d still pay full price for it. Since I’m uncomfortable with my body right now I’d prefer to work out / dance in the comfort of my own home. The Black Eyed Peas Experience allows me to do so.I definitely broke a sweat in about 15 minutes. I would love to be Fergalicious. When I went out dancing about 10 years ago, I was. Dancing is a great workout, so I definitely plan on continuing to use this to get back in shape.

  5. Great game! I found it hard to use the first time because I used “Party Mode.” “Deluxe Experience” is the mode you want to start in. In that setting, nine dance moves are broken down in three move segments, then are combined. The moves range from easy to complex, but are fun and the kinect is pretty generous. It’s easy to pass with a ‘C’, the ratings go up to A, and then S for skilled. You earn followers and get new articles of clothing for your avatar and improved venues to dance in. And within this mode, you can raise up an arm and get a tutorial for any one of the three moves. By the end, I feel cool dancing! Once I discovered this mode, I loved the game and wish there were more like it. I haven’t found a mode where you learn the moves as part of the game. It’s a good workout too.

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