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Review of The Hip Hop Dance Experience (Wii)

Satisfactory

Sometimes fun (especially with friends), dancing is fun and engaging if you try, graphics decent.

Wiimote tracking doesn't give full benefit motion controls quite awkward, really lacking in depth.

...games have, and playing alone soon gets boring after about 30-45 minutes. ---Overall--- ?The Hip Hop Dance Experience? is a completely underwhelming game. Despite being easy for anyone to get into, it suffers from awkward motion controls and a mixed bag of a soundtrack. The gameplay modes available are fun initially, but I never feel like I?m achieving anything and nor am I addicted enough to...

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Review of The Truth About Love - Pink

Good

Pink fans will like it!

I don't like it!

...The Truth About Love is the sixth album from American singer Pink. The album was released in the United Kingdom in September 2012 and so it is very recent. The length of the album is: 51 minutes and 23 seconds. The album is currently available from Amazon for a price of £7.49 which I think is great value for money considering that the album is very recent. ~ * Track Listing * ~ 1) Are We All We...

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Review of Hip Hop Is Dead (Parental Advisory) [PA] - Nas

Super

A few bangers

A few tracks are a little weaker than the rest

...Nas? controversial ?Hip Hop Is Dead? release came out in 2006, and came at a time when he declared the ?death? of the genre, as he considered it?s true origins to have been diluted to a point beyond recognition when compared to its form in the seventies and eighties. It was the New Yorker?s eight album to that point, and saw him make another big statement to change the way all music of that time...

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