Unison: Rebels of Rhythm & Dance Image

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  • Summary: The domestic incarnation of this Japanese dancing game has new movies, voice acting, and gameplay, but the plot remains the same: in a land where dancing is fobidden, the lavender-clad Dance Doctor, assuming Kevin Bacon's role in "Footloose," leads three girls in a revolution to bring dancing back to the world. Collapse
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 6 out of 13
  2. Negative: 3 out of 13
  1. A blast to play. The game oozes style in the same way that "Space Channel 5" did, and the control scheme uses the dual sticks of the PS2 controller better than anything since "Ape Escape."
  2. 83
    The gameplay is almost completely different, the language dubbing is horrible, but the soundtrack is rock solid and the new motion capture is definitely hipper.
  3. The process of learning prolonged dance patterns as the game unfolds can be a bit of a bummer. Still, the story and characters are enteraintaining, the graphics are uplifting, and selection of familiar popular dance tunes will keep you grooving.
  4. Packed with gorgeous sights, great music and a unique/challenging control scheme. But it's also short, very hard and grows repetitive rather fast.
  5. Gamers with an open mind and a block of time to set aside will find Unison to be something new, something fresh and definitely something different.
  6. The game is rated "E" for everyone, and it will likely find ways to bore and possibly annoy everyone who plays it.

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