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Just Dance 3 delivers hours of fun for the whole family

By: Michelle Garza If you are like me, and a total fan of dance games, you were waiting to see if Ubisoft would be able to pull off something amazing with its third installment of the Just Dance series. I can honestly say that the game does not disappoint, Just Dance 3 is a great […]

Get the dance party started with Just Dance Summer Party

By: Michelle Garza You can never have too many Just Dance games. With the release of each new one, brings new songs and new dance moves to master. Just Dance Summer Party has 23 new songs that span a variety of genres and musical tastes so everyone can find a song to move and groove […]

Kinect Sports offers an exciting way to get the whole family up and moving

Move over Wii Sports! There’s a new, all-around, full-body moving, heart-pumping set of games for audiences to enjoy. Try track and field, beach volleyball, soccer, table tennis, bowling, boxing and many more mini games to get you off the couch and having some fun. Kinect Sports is fun for the whole family. With the Kinect, […]

The Smurfs find a way to get you moving and grooving

The Smurfs Dance Party track list is a collection of classic dance hits and classic original songs from The Smurfs TV show. Each track has unique choreography and can accommodate up to four dancers. The Smurfs Dance Party, is an all-new dance video game for the Nintendo Wii based on the best-selling Just Dance games. […]

Kinect Adventures! review

Kinect Adventures!

By Marc Scott In November 2010, X-Box released the Kinect, a controller-less platform using motion capture technology making the player’s body the controller. New Kinects have been bundled with Kinect Adventures!, a game geared toward kids and young teens that familiarizes gamers with Kinect’s capabilities. Adventures! features a variety of game modes and game types […]

Jump, shake, wiggle and jive with Just Dance Kids

By: Michelle Garza Just Dance Kids is the “kid friendly’ version in the popular Just Dance trilogy. It offers hours of great fun for kids of ALL ages and adults too. With more than 40 hit pop and hip-hop songs re-recorded by kids, for kids, plus TV-show favorites for little brothers and sisters, Just Dance […]

Salsa anyone? Review of Gold’s Gym Dance Workout for the Nintendo Wii

By: Michelle Garza This week I am trying to dance my way to fitness using the Gold’s Gym Dance Workout for the Nintendo Wii and I am really enjoying playing the game. It is fun, entertaining and really gets my heart rate up. The game, which was developed in collaboration with fitness and dance experts, […]

Everybody dance now: Review of Just Dance 2

By: Michelle Garza I have been playing Just Dance 2 every day since its release on October 12th and I have to say that it has become my favorite game and I have been burning off many, many calories in the process of playing.  This game has been a great addition for my entire family […]

Disney High School Musical 3: Senior Year Dance

Disney’s High School Musical 3: Senior Year Dance is an inexpensive game for the PlayStation2 that lets you experience the energy, the fun, and the music from all three “High School Musical” movies.  You get to dance to the beat of over 30 “High School Musical” songs, explore movie locations, and play alongside familiar characters.  […]

Walk It Out!

Walk It Out! is a low impact rhythm-based fitness game, in which the player walks to the beat of a wide range of songs from various genres. The game actually has over 120 musical tracks that can be unlocked as you play through the game. Walk It Out! has a very easy-to-use control scheme and […]

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© 2013. NMSU Board of Regents. All rights reserved. This project was supported by the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture through the National Research Initiative (Grant #2008-55215-18837).

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