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Dance Central Spotlight includes ten songs with multiple routines and a fitness mode. A variety of songs are available to purchase as DLC, too.

 

 

Every song has genuine dance moves that players need to learn and perform in order to succeed. The more moves you pull off correctly in a row, the higher your multiplier and score will soar.


学习方法

Two visual cues indicate which steps to take. First, look at the on-screen dancers themselves. As they perform each move, it's your job to imitate them as closely as possible. If part of the dancer's body glows with a red outline, that part of the player's body is out of alignment. Closely following the dancer will get you better ratings, from Nice to Awesome and even Perfect.

Just following behind the dancer won't win you any awards. You'll also want to watch the dance cards that scroll up the side of the screen. These tell you the next few moves to come along, represented by a drawing and the move name. They can be difficult to rely on entirely because the drawings don't always represent every part of a move, plus they sometimes scroll by too quickly to read easily. You'll want to keep an eye on both the cards and your dancer if you can.


关于进级

With the story gone, Spotlight brings in a new progression system. The first time you play any song (including DLC), you start out on the Beginner routine for that song. Beginner is intentionally easy and consists of a much reduced move set. Luckily for serious dancers, there are seven more routines (which function like difficulty levels) to unlock for each song.

To get a new routine, you'll first have to master each move from the previous routine. Performing a move perfectly (even once) will cause your dancer to glow gold while "Collected!" appears as the rating. You can tell whether you have previously collected a move by the color of its dance card; the card remains gold once that move has been perfected.


重复或慢速练习

This new system puts pressure on the player to get new moves right. Luckily, you have a useful tool for learning to perfect moves: Practice mode. Instead of being a separate mode as in previous games, players now shout "Hey DJ, practice that!" to initiate practice mode. You can then perform any move from the song repeatedly, and even slow it down to get a better idea of how it works. Practice mode certainly helps, but I've perfected a move there only to have the actual song continue registering the move as less than perfect.



From <http://www.windowscentral.com/dance-central-spotlight-xbox-one-review>

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