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A series that launched itself on the same day as Kinect debuted, the Dance Central franchise has become one of the flagship staples of the motion-sensing accessory. Developed by Harmonix, the same company which created the Guitar Hero and Rock Band series, the games have been built on the idea of controller-free dancing. Now, Dance Central 3 is here, and both longtime fans and newcomers to the series will find a lot to like about it.

In some ways, Dance Central 3 makes the directions that the series has evolved most in very clear. The first title had a multiplayer mode that required players to take turns and dance one at a time and no plot or campaign mode to speak of. The second title introduced simultaneous two-player dancing and also incorporated a campaign mode called Crew Challenges, which had players dancing through specific sets of songs with a light narrative sprinkled into the mix. »

- John Fleury

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