Wii #2769 - Abba: You Can Dance (USA)

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Nov 16, 2011
  1. Tempbot
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    For god sakes ubisoft! #$*% off and die.
     
  3. You are not a child of the 80s, are you? ;-)
    At least Ubisofts dancing games are good. Maybe you want to ask your parents to explain you who ABBA was.

    IMO Ubisoft can release as much dancing games as they like. People will buy/get the ones they are interested in.
     
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    have to agree. this would yake me back to my childhood.
     
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    Musically, ABBA was infinitely better than, say, The Black Eyed Peas. But in a dancing game, I have to wonder how this translates. Black eyed peas' crap music is ok for dancing, probably, but what about ABBA classics like Fernando, Chiquitita, or SOS? They have several slow sequences not meant to make you shake your booty. :P
     
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    Sorry to burst your bubble but I am indeed a child of the 80's.
    I grew up on Pink Floyd, Black Sabbath, Bob Jovi, The Cars and many other great bands.

    Honestly I've always been a rocker, not a dancer. I couldn't care less about Abba, but my gripe is that ubisoft is putting out another lame dance game with a big name slapped on it every month. There's only so many times you can put out the same game with a new cover on it.
     

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