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Disney Fantasia: Music Evolved - Xbox One

by Disney
Platform : Xbox One
4.6 out of 5 stars 118 customer reviews
Metascore: 77 / 100
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  • Publisher: Disney
  • Platform: Xbox One
  • Genre: Music and Rhythm
  • Release Date: October 21, 2014
  • Number of Players: Not Available
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Product Description

Platform: Xbox One

CREATE YOU OWN VERSION OF OVER 30 POPULAR SONGS JUST BY USING THE MOVEMENT OF YOUR OWN BODY.

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Platform: Xbox One
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  • ASIN: B00KVLPNL4
  • Product Dimensions: 5.3 x 0.6 x 6.7 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: October 21, 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (118 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,852 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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Platform for Display: Xbox One
Post launch, this game has the worst information available out there, even on Disney's themed www. So, I'm gonna help clear up a bunch of things. I just downloaded and played the demo from XBL on the XB1 console. The music was fun, game play was pretty fluid and mimicked some of the old guitar hero / rock band things, such as, miss a note (or in this case arm motion) and the music for that pass gets muted. Scores are gathered by correctly hitting gestures. There are sweeps, punches, and punch/sweeps. Some are directed for you and some of the punch sweeps get you more complex gameplay, with remixed content. The demo doesn't really allow you to see all this remix stuff in action but shows you in detail what is unlocked if you were to purchase the game. As of today, the XBL store is really confusing as to which tracks it is offering and which ones are available from the disc (currently being sold at AMZN above). XBL is not offering the game at the price point currently offered by AMZN, but the XBL version (at a much greater price) includes all Expansion packs, and DLC that is available to day, which seems to bring the entire library to 32 tracks. That includes 9 expansion tracks and 9 DLC tracks. The full list is hard to understand, but I think I've segmented it by reading between the XBL store and D1SNeY site. To answer any questions about future, DLC, I'm sure that this product will go the course of other dance centric track games and have tons of stuff to expand with. If not it will die with the few songs burnt onto the disc or digital download. Obviously that is not the direction Harmonix wants to go in, so look for future tracks.
As far as game play, you have to move your arms and hands alot. There are 1-5 stars of difficulty between different tracks.
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This Game is absolutely incredible and a fantastic alternative, for me because I have cerebral palsy and cannot use my lower body very well so I always wanted to play games like Dance Dance Revolution and never could, but now I can!! Thank you Disney and to whoever made this game!
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The concept of Fantasia: Music Evolved is fantastic. This game is loosely based on the original Fantasia short where Mickey Mouse is "conducting" the stars and the heavens as the Sorcerer's Apprentice. Your goal throughout the game is to match patterns on-screen with your arm and hand movements. It's more like Dance Dance Revolution or Guitar Hero than "real dancing games" like Just Dance or Dance Central in that it's really more about pattern matching than dancing.

On the positive side, the use of the Kinect 2.0 is excellent. The game detects your hand movements more precisely than any other game I've played on any other platform. Before you start the game, you'll go through some clapping exercises to make sure the sound and picture are perfectly synchronized.

The graphics are beautiful as well. From the opening screen, there's a silhouetted version of you on an orchestral podium, similar to the opening scenes of Fantasia where Leopold Stokowski is introduced. Your silhouette will continue to appear at the bottom of the screen throughout as you "conduct" in different "Realms". While I wouldn't go so far as say that the graphics match what you'd find in Disney's traditional or computer generation animation titles, they did produce graphics that seem to take good advantage of the Xbox One's advanced capabilities--and managed to avoid the sluggishness that plagued games like Dance Central on the Xbox 360.

The song selection is also very eclectic. I love the fact that they included some classical pieces in a nod to the original Fantasia, but also included modern pieces as well. When you start the program the entire song library is locked, but you can turn "Party Mode" on to view and play all the songs in a group setting.
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Platform for Display: Xbox One
Wonderful game, fun for the whole family! Kinect works flawlessly to capture your gestures. It's a truly magical experience. I also love the music.

You really can't go wrong with this game, especially since you can try the demo on Xbox Live!!!

I bought it digitally, so I could get the Deluxe edition with all the bonus content. I usually only review things I buy through Amazon, so I can get the verified purchase certificate. However, I'm sure there are plenty more people who are going to be raving about this game, but I had to give it the five stars I believe it deserves!!!
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Very fun and simple game. This is the only video game I have ever seen my 64 year old mother actually want to play. That may make it sound lame, but it's very fun for everybody, including the people watching you flail around.
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I'm not sure what it is about this game - I'm very uneducated about video gaming, but I am really enjoying it. I am an older woman, and the music on this is fairly easy to listen to with a light mix of classical and pop (and probably other stuff that I just don't know the name of). I'm hoping it will give me an easy way to exercise my arms and keep my brain awake with having to be responsive to unexpected situations. Maybe that's just a rationalization, since it is also just fun. It's not quite a fitness game unless you are really unused to movement; I just stand and move my arms around, but maybe that's just the right amount of movement for some folks.
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