Just Dance 2015 Review

maxresdefaultJust Dance 2015 (also known as Just Dance 6) is the sixth installment in the Just Dance Series. The game play of course is retained from the previous Just Dance titles, where you follow the moves shown on the screen and you gain points.

As a first time player of the game Just Dance I could say it was a fun experience playing with friends and family. Although after a long time playing the game gets to be repetitive and dull. Also the detection system used in this game is actually still pretty displeasing, even though if you aren’t even dancing or following the moves shown in the game you could still gain points. After every song you play you’ll be shown a video of you dancing, the problem about this is when you are connected to the internet is that you are prone to a privacy invasion, as the game records you dancing.

The game features 44 tracks and offers a variety of downloadable songs to choose, two of them are free of charge.

 

EA shuts down SimCity Developer Maxis.

SimCity-5-PCElectronic Arts has shut down the well-known game development studio Maxis Emeryville, the studio was famous for titles such as The Sims ,Spore, and SimCity. Word came from Maxis Designer Guillaume Pierre as he posted on his twitter: “Well it was a fun 12 years, but it’s time to turn off the lights and put the key under the door.

Recently, in 2013 EA and Maxis has released SimCity 2013 which was well-known to have caused a lot of problems, it needed an online connection to play the game, plus they had to make the players wait the queue for about 30 minutes just to play the game. And the bad thing about it is that in fact it actually could be played offline.

Although all is not lost as EA will still continue to make more of The Sims series, as the recently released Sims 3 and Sims 4 were developed by a different studio that is not affected by the Maxis Emeryville shutdown.

 

 

 

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