Dancing Stage Megamix - Playstation 2

Dancing Stage Megamix
Title: Dancing Stage Megamix
Platform: Playstation 2
Rating: 3+ (PEGI)
Release Date: 01 May 2003
SKU: PT663
RRP: £29.99
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Everybody move your feet--it's time for fun: whether you're a beginner, a fanatic or looking for a new exercise routine, Dancing Stage MegaMix, which features tracks by Kylie Minogue, Sugababes, Elvis vs JXL and The Cure, is going to be an enjoyable addition to your PS2 collection.
There are three modes of play--game, workout and lesson. Game Mode allows you to choose to play the arcade version (one player), a two-player challenge, or for the truly gifted, there's Double-game play--one player, two dance mats. With an incredible choice of tracks and some inspirational cheering ("You're a super dancer!") from the voice-over guy you'll have danced yourself dizzy in no time. Bonuses are awarded for free-style moves, with additional tracks and hidden items unlocked as the game progresses.
Got no rhythm? Are you a dance mat beginner? Check yourself into Lesson Mode--with three lessons comprising eight separate sections you should master dance mat basics and get yourself familiar with some moves and sequences within an hour. Or if you're after an alternative to sweating it out in the gym or jogging the same streets, try Workout Mode--set your own goals, choose your workout type and watch the calorie counter ticking over.
Dancing Stage MegaMix is for everyone--with dancefloor favourites from Kylie and Elvis vs JXL, and younger audience tracks like S Club Junior's "One Step Closer" (as well as The Cure's "Love Cats" for anyone who may claim not to like pop music), no-one will be able resist getting footloose. Those waiting their turn can sing along courtesy of karaoke-style lyrics that appear on the bottom of the screen. Points to note: a dance mat is not strictly necessary (though very much recommended), and you can turn off the background booing during game play via the Options menu.

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