Not a BLOW YOUR MIND game, but pretty decent.
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First of all, this game is not as fun or challenging as you might think. The packed in microphone is not a favorite of mine, but is a nice addition. The dancing is a more freestyle version of DDR (Dance Dance Revolution).
My favorite thing about Boogie is the music video maker. You dance/sing it out then add the effects. 3D, Monochrome, Heat vision, falling stars and a lot more you can add to your video.
The story mode is fairly short. You can finish all the characters' stories in a day. No secret characters. The most mediocre thing about Boogie is the cutscenes. "Wango wang wong woo!", "Zt zzzbt zzzt zzrtzt zztzzt zoot!", or "Klang klon klongkl klang klon KLANKLON!". That is the dialog in this game.
Overall, Boogie is a great way to waste time. Great music like Fergilicious, Canned Heat, and Brick House. This game gets old VERY quickly and is not a game worth buying.
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