One of the greatest adventures ever taken is now remade for a new generation with the long-awaited remake of Final Fantasy VII! In Midgar, a city controlled by the mega-conglomerate Shinra Inc., the No. 1 Mako Reactor has been blown up by a rebel group, Avalanche. This secret organization was formed to wage a rebellion against Shinra and its nefarious practice of absorbing Mako energy, destroying the natural resources of the planet. Can Cloud, a former member of Shinra's elite combat force now joined with Avalanche, and his small band of rebels protect the planet from the huge, formidable enemy, Shinra Inc.?
Get Up And Dance is the ultimate dancing game for everyone to play, whether you are the star performer or prefer to stay out of the limelight as a backing dancer, Get Up And Dance is for you. Featuring everything from classic funky disco tracks to current chart hits, all complete with their official videos, there's something for everyone to enjoy! Get your friends round and get dancing together or have your very own dance off in Get Up And Dance's Party Mode. Party Mode features party games that you can play with up to 8 mates, competing against each others teams with party games including Party Mix, Last Man Standing & Tug of War. Had enough of competing against each other? Why not join together and form your very own dance group in Get Up And Dance Group Mode! The unique Group Mode is where you can form your very own dance group with up to four friends. You can dance as either lead or backing dancer to group routines specially choreographed for Get Up And Dance. Group Mode allows you to dance and have fun in a group or to compete in the talent competition, where you compete in ten rounds to see if you can make your way to the top! With loads more features like Shape Up Mode, Rehearse Mode, Jukebox and more, Get Up And Dance really is the Ultimate Dancing Game.
If you like the bizarre charm found within Mario's world and love participating in puzzles, then you really should get this game.
The combat is surprisingly fun. It focuses mostly on the puzzle aspect of moving the rings, but still manages to combine it with a good amount of combat/tactics.
The only downside I can think of is there isn’t much of an incentive to battling. The game has all the stuff I loved about Color Splash, (The visuals, the music, the humor) and added more to it than I thought Nintendo ever would.
A lot of fun so far. Mixed feelings but overall positive.