If you imagine taking the game Just Dance 2, and limiting the songs to one band – namely the Black Eyed Peas - then you get this game.
No, really, Black Eyed Peas Experience is exactly like Just Dance 2. You pick one song (there are 26 to pick from) and you and up to three other players dance to the figure (or figures) on screen. Some moves are worth more points than others, and the game will save the highest score out of each song – and display it with the song.
So, the question becomes: Are you a fan of the group Black Eyed Peas? If you are, then you will likely have fun with this game. If not (yes, there are some of us don’t want to listen to their music), then you probably won’t have much fun with the game.
So, I’ll split the difference for Black Eyed Peas Experience. RENT IT.
My 5 year-old nephew Michael loves dancing to this game. He often changes outfits prior to each session because the dancers are dressed differently from song to song. Yesterday I saw him change outfits four times. He's young enough that any of the games downsides do not matter to him. He's just having fun dancing.