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Game review: "Dance Praise the Remix"

Game review: "Dance Praise the Remix"

February 05, 2008|By DARCY SHULL / Pulse Correspondent

Hey, fellow gamers! If you're hooked on "Dance Dance Revolution," then "Dance Praise the Remix" is probably a game for you. That is, if you like Christian music.

With the same basic features as "DDR" (crazy-fast songs and quick dances), "Dance Praise the Remix" also has a few differences, but they're not show-stoppers. One of the differences is the tune list. Instead of the catchy, pop songs we're used to in "DDR," all of the choices in "Dance Praise" are upbeat religious songs by popular Christian bands, such as Casting Crowns, BarlowGirl and Red.

Also, "Dance Praise the Remix" is easier than "Dance Dance Revolution." "Digital Praise" has the standard difficulty levels to choose from, and it even has a calorie counter so that you can see the approximate amount of calories you're burning while you dance. Pretty neat, huh? I thought so, too.

Even though I'm not really one for Christian music, I would totally recommend "Dance Praise the Remix" - for any Christian youth group or for fans of "DDR."

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