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I realize there are limitations to certain styles of games on the 3DS. This interpretation of Michael Jackson: The Experience has its ups and downs. Gameplay is EXTREMELY simple—a swipe here, a curved swiping motion here, or around in a circle with the stylus here. The selection of music is decent, but I felt was only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to MJ’s catalog of work.
The unlockables are, well, meh. You can unlock gloves, which I believe give a few power ups, but with very little variety in gameplay, it won’t matter if you unlock them or not.
The price is decent if you are looking for inexpensive 3DS games to add to a collection. The experience is short lived, but at least you didn’t spend a fortune to find that out. I give 3 stars for the music, but leave a few off because the game just isn’t great.
After being sorely disappointed with the
versions of Michael Jackson: The Experience, this 3DS counterpart seems like a curious-enough release. After all, it is made several months after the others, and as such, it probably may not just be a simple rehash/port of the DS/PSP game.
Guess what? It isn't.
From what you can expect by now, Michael Jackson: The Experience is a rhythm-based game featuring the King of Pop dancing in one of his many different music video environments. There are 15 songs in the game, and considering the price the game can go by now, that's a steal and already well worth the money!
=The following songs are:= THRILLER (You may make your purchase now) Beat It Smooth Criminal Bad Black or White Billie Jean Leave Me Alone The Way You Make Me Feel Ghosts Blood on the Dance Floor Don't Stop Til You Get Enough Remember the Time Speed Demon Rock With You and lastly, the newly released single, Hollywood Tonight
And each and every song is amazing and fun to listen to. If you count this as a video game soundtrack, then this may as well be one of the best video game soundtracks ever.
Like a good rhythm game, the notes sync perfectly with the songs being played (at least on Medium and Expert mode). The gameplay itself consists of swiping the stylus to make lines or such to match with the notes of the song (Which are represented by what motion you must make with the stylus). One or two times per song will there be a Freestyle sequence (or maybe a video, or both), in which you could perform your own stylus swipes within a set time limit before going back to the sets of notes. Believe it or not, the game is actually pretty challenging in terms of difficulty, but doesn't feel hard enough to where it's brutal.
The graphics are really awesome. A virtual Michael has never looked any better than this, and he dances quite like his real self! On top of that, the different environments (all of which are faithful to the music videos for the songs) can be quite breathtaking to look at. They are even accompanied by neat little video scenes. Don't worry. They are far and few in each song, and hardly last too long. In fact....they rather end abruptly. And while turning up the 3D makes the atmosphere all the better, I can't say the same for the video scenes. Still a great-looking game, though!
While you can play through all the songs within an hour and a half, the game actually leaves you with a variety of challenges you can face as you play. Beating the challenges can lead to unlocking things like trophies, special gloves, alternate outfits, and dynamic effects that make the song's atmosphere prettier.
I was initially displeased with the fact that Michael was dancing all by his lonesome (with the exception of Speed Demon), but unlocking the dynamic effects actually kinda make up for it. While the neon silhouettes of what are supposed to be backup dancers are pretty lame, you can also unlock touches like bopping cardboard cutouts in Leave Me Alone, papers flying through the wind in Billie Jean, ghosts flying around in Ghosts, and some songs even have an unlockable crowd in the background. While I somewhat still wish some effects (like the crowd) were set up without unlocking them, the challenges certainly make for decent amounts of replay value.
As great as this Michael Jackson game is, it still has a few obvious flaws. First, there's the lack of legit backup dancers like I already mentioned, but there's also the fact that there is no campaign. You just freely select the songs and dive into them. It would be nice if it were more like a normal video game would be - (EX) The 15 songs could just be set up in an order and as a row of songs is cleared, another row could be available, or something like that.
But all in all, Michael Jackson is an inexpensive must-have for the 3DS. It's also probably one of the better casual games for the handheld.
I bought this for my daughter. She loves Michael Jackson! Shes also very picky about her games. She has autism, and doesnt always take to certain ones. She played this for a few minutes and once she understood it, she ran to her room and I haven't seen her for days! All I hear are MJ beats from the door! I think it's a success!
I never saw the appeal to rhythm games in general, but I love MJ so I thought I'd give this game a shot. Wow, this game is so FUN! If you are a fan of rhythm games and/or MJ, try it out, I don't think you'll be disappointed.
Michael Jackson the experience on the 3DS is just like the ps vita version. Where you have to do a certain amount of stuff to make your videos better. But if i were you this game doesn't work to good in 3D because you have to draw the lines with your styles on the bottom. So if you get this game don't play it in 3D because it's hard enough in 2D but if i were you i get the ps vita version i know it's the same thing but the controls are a lot better. But if you only have a 3DS then this is for you.
Got this for my 7 year old daughter for Christmas because she's been the hugest MJ fan since she was 2 but I think the game was a little hard and frustrating for her so after like 2 attempts she never really tried to play it again. I played it and it wasn't that hard, I think she just didn't have the patience to learn because it isn't as easy as all her other Nintendo ds games. She has this game on the wii also and she loves it, I think certain games just aren't for every different gaming system.