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The Black Eyed Peas Experience 


I am getting through my retro pile little by little these days. I am finally to The Black Eyed Peas Experience. This home console dance video game is on the Wii and Xbox 360. I purchased a copy of the Xbox 360 for doing dance videos. You can check them out here. There is some good and some bad in this dance video game. Families will get exercise thanks to The Black Eyed Peas Experience.

The bad in The Black Eyed Peas Experience is bad language, enticement to lust, lack of attire, sexual moves, and more. The Black Eyed Peas Experience generally registers the moves well. At times I did not understand why it did not catch certain movements. Other times The Black Eyed Peas Experience gave me a score when I did not do something right. So it is wrong both directions. Many of the dance moves repeat so we can learn what to do, as well as visual clues on the screen.

If you are a fan of this band then you will enjoy the The Black Eyed Peas Experience video game. If you are not a fan then The Black Eyed Peas Experience is a much harder sell. I like some of their songs, and not into other songs. Players can customize their dancers in a variety of different ways. If you are into that kind of a thing.

I personally believe the Kinect version of dance video games are better than the Wii Motion controls. That has been my personal experience with a variety of games. That is why I purchased The Black Eyed Peas Experience on the Xbox 360 with Kinect support over the Wii version. Four family members over the age of thirteen can dance The Black Eyed Peas Experience at the same time. I wish the older content had been left out, muted, or we had been given a family friendly mode in The Black Eyed Peas Experience. We do get exercise thanks to this game.
- Paul


Graphics: 60%
Sound: 58%
Replay: 83%
Gameplay: 79%
Family Friendly Factor: 60%

System: Wii/Xbox 360(tested)
Publisher: Ubisoft
Developer: iNiS, Ubisoft Quebec
Rating: ‘T’ – THIRTEEN and OLDER ONLY {Strong Lyrics, Suggestive Themes}

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