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  • Summary: Boogie on Nintendo DS introduces new gameplay modes and mini-games not found in the Wii version for easy gaming on the go. The game’s unique modes include DS Download Play and Multi-Card Play, three main dancing gamplay modes including Copycat, Freestyle and Choreography as well as more thanBoogie on Nintendo DS introduces new gameplay modes and mini-games not found in the Wii version for easy gaming on the go. The game’s unique modes include DS Download Play and Multi-Card Play, three main dancing gamplay modes including Copycat, Freestyle and Choreography as well as more than 10 mini-games. Players can also dive into the career mode for a deeper experience as they embark on a quest to become the Boogie Master. [Electronic Arts] Expand
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  1. Delightful stuff. [Issue#18, p.84]
  2. The DS game replaces Wii shakin' with rhythmic touch-screen gestures, but otherwise it's the same characters, songs, and simplicity. [Jan 2008, p.88]
  3. Comfortably defying expectations, Boogie proves to be wonderfully infectious dance floor fun.
  4. The concept is solid, the music is admittedly catchy (for the most part), and the style is there; we'd just like to see more of it coupled with better gameplay implementation.
  5. 55
    There's just so little in the game department that playing Boogie is completely unfulfilling.
  6. Boogie is a game you will enjoy for a very limited amount of time before you get bored and forget you ever played it.
  7. For those with no taste in music whatsoever. [Feb 2008, p.68]

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