This is an outrageously cheap deal seeing as Dance Central Spotlight is a legitimately great dancing game that uses the Kinect 2.0 sensor brilliantly while delivering the same pulse-pounding full-body dance gameplay we expect from the series. The graphics are fantastic, accuracy is impressive and there's a decent number of tracks in the starting version with more available as DLC.
Which you should consume responsibly, of course. Though you're encouraged to spend extra for more tracks, £1.85 is still a stonkingly smart buy.
"The newest, digital-only game in the award-winning Dance CentralTM series focuses on the core dance experience," blurbs the blurb. "With more routines per song and a massive library of additional songs for purchase, Dance Central Spotlight lets you customize your dance sessions more than ever before. Break a sweat with an expanded Fitness Mode including specially authored fitness routines, or use the voice-activated Practice That mode to rehearse difficult moves immediately in-song. And with choreography designed for everyone from new to advanced dancers, anyone can take the stage."
Or in other words, it makes me look very silly but gets some endorphins pumping around my batter stream. I'm sure you trim young things will make it look good. Thanks FantasyDeals!
If you're feeling energetic then ASDA may have just sorted you out with a Black Friday stocking filler bargain. Just Dance 2015 is currently £15.00 on PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Wii and Wii U, saving you a few quid especially on the new-gen versions. Weirdly the PS3 version is holding out at £25 though.
I won't be reviewing Just Dance this year after seriously damaging my dignity the last few times, but you know what to expect by now. Namely solid, colourful, enjoyable dancing that makes good use of motion controls. Thanks to DID365 @ HUKD!
This PlayStation Move enabled dancing game is all about the stage musicals, providing an alternative to chart dance titles like Just Dance 4 and Dance Central 2. It features tracks from hit shows like Cabaret, Hairspray and The Lion King. While not the Move's finest moment, for £2 it'll make a fun Christmas stocking filler for anyone into their Broadway shows.
Thanks to CaptainConehead at HotUkDeals.
You'll be needing the Kinect or PS Move peripherals to play the 360 and PS3 versions of this game respectively. If you have both, we'd recommend the 360 version as the Kinect works better for Dance games thanks to being better at registering full body movement. This will sell tonnes this Christmas so I wouldn't leave it until the last minute if you're thinking of getting it for a present. Artists include Flo Rida, Maroon 5, Nicki Minaj and Gangnam Style.
If Kinect's good for anything it's dancing games and Just Dance 3's one of the best out there! The set list's great, you can record your own routines, and the four player multiplayer's pretty much guaranteed to always put a smile on your face. Unfortunately the menus aren't brilliant and the single player could have been spiced up a bit. Game are parting with Wii copies for £18.74, which'll make you a saving of over £3 on the next best offer coming in from ShopTo. Thanks to surfbunny @ HUKD.
If you're looking for something to entertain the kids, or maybe you're a bit older and you're looking for a hilarious practical joke present to give to one of your friends, then why not pick up a copy of The Smurfs Dance Party from Zavvi for £9.95, which'll make you a saving of almost £3 on the next best offer coming in from Sendit. If you do grab a copy then you'll be able to dance to either original songs or hits like Walk This Way and Blame It On The Boogie. Thanks to leeds_united_afc @ HUKD.
With this one you'll get to shake your body around your living room as you follow the dance prompts that pop up on screen, whilst your Kinect sensor bar tracks your progress. There are plenty of tracks included on the disc to get you in the mood for a boogie, which is good because there are several single player modes to make your way through, or you could always challenge a friend to a dance off in the multiplayer. You can grab a copy of the game from Choices UK for £14.99, which is almost £5 cheaper than the next best offer coming in from Cool Shop UK.
Just Dance 2'll get you moving to the beat in no time! There are plenty of game modes to take part in and enjoy, whether you want to dance non-stop with a friend, or plough through shortened versions of your favourite songs. The tracks on the disc include "Cosmic Girl" by Jamiroquai, "I Feel Good" by James Brown, and "Take Me Out" by Franz Ferdinand. The Hut and Zavvi are parting with Wii copies of the game for £17.85, which'll save you over £2 on the next best offer coming in from The Game Collection.
If you're looking for a game to keep your kids entertained then this one's for you! There are around 40 songs to choose from, some of which come from children's TV shows and nursery rhymes, and the game flashes up words of encouragement while the music's going. A limited multiplayer's included which allows up to four players to enter online dance troupes, or have light hearted dance offs. The price is the same across the three stores, and you'll make a saving of just over £4.