20 Games Like Dancing Stage Universe 2()




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Just Dance brings the best hits like “Blame” by Calvin Harris Ft. John Newman and “Uptown Funk” by Marc Ronson Ft. Bruno Mars to dance and sing along to, with the usual golden treasures like “Let’s Groove” by Equinox Stars that makes Just Dance a must-have to play with friends and family! No additional device is required, with the free Just Dance Controller App to play and use your smartphone as a controller! Discover Just Dance Unlimited, the new subscription streaming service to play your favorite hits from past Just Dance games (accessible on Wii U, PS4, XboxOne).

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Guitar Hero Live is an upcoming music game and will serve as a reboot of the Guitar Hero franchise, being the first new entry in the series since Warriors of Rock in 2010. Guitar Hero Live will introduce major changes to the core gameplay and experience of the Guitar Hero franchise, including a revamped guitar controller with a new, 6-button layout, a new in-game presentation style that utilizes full motion video, simulating a real-world concert setting from the perspective of the guitarist, and a new Guitar Hero TV mode to encompass multiplayer and curated playlists in the style of television music channels.

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Bust a Groove 2 is a hybrid music/fighting game released in 2000 for the Sony PlayStation and is the sequel to Bust a Groove. The game was originally released in Japan as Bust a Move 2: Dance Tengoku Mix (バスト ア ムーブ2 ダンス天国MIX Basuto a Mūbu 2: Dansu Tengoku Mix), and was never released in Europe. A third game in the series, Dance Summit 2001 was only released in Japan on the PlayStation 2.

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Bust a Groove is a hybrid music/fighting game for the Sony PlayStation released in 1998. The game was published by the Japanese video game developer Enix (now Square Enix) in Japan and brought to the U.S. by now-defunct 989 Studios.

The original Japanese game was titled Bust a Move: Dance & Rhythm Action (バスト ア ムーブ Dance & Rhythm Action Basuto a Mūbu Dance & Rhythm Action); in the U.S., it became Bust-A-Groove because the Japanese puzzle series Puzzle Bobble was already going under the name Bust-A-Move for its American incarnation. The game combined PaRappa the Rapper-like rhythm-based gameplay with fighting game elements, including special moves designed to damage the opponent and a focus on head-to-head competitive play.

The sequel, Bust a Groove 2, unlike its predecessor, was never released in Europe. A third game in the series, Dance Summit 2001 was only released in Japan on the PlayStation 2.

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