**I received this game for review purposes only. All opinions are my own.**
Do your kids love to dance? Do they love Disney? Then the new game Disney Fantasia Music Evolved will get them moving! It is the first musical motion video game inspired by Disney’s classic animated film, Fantasia.
We received the game for XBOX 360 with Kinect and could not wait to get started playing! The game takes players on a motion-controlled journey through the words of music and magic that we all grew up watching. My kids could control music spanning all genres and eras, including classics from the original film.
Because the game is motion sensitive, you have to make sure your Kinect or motions mechanism is working correctly. Also, make sure that your kids stand in the recommended area for the detector to see them. There are over 30 hit songs on the game including songs from Bruno Mars to Queen to more! You will love the music as an adult and it may will you to get up and play as well.
Check out some of the songs below:
· Gorillaz – “Feel Good Inc.”
· Imagine Dragons – “Radioactive”
· Lady Gaga – “Applause”
· Lorde – “Royals”
· Mozart – “Eine Kleine Nachtmusik”
· Queen – “Bohemian Rhapsody”
In the game, you or the kids get to perform favorite songs that span hit makers like FUN to classical masters. The music is the real charm of this game as song after song makes you want to sing along. In addition, you can transform and remix music as a maestro in the game. You can change the music in ways you see fit and create new songs as you continue through.
As you do this you will explore new environments, check out an enchanted printing press and so much more. The weird subaquatic world of ‘The Shoal’ fascinated the kids as they maneuvered their way around.
With so many fun and adventurous worlds and the music that we all love, Disney Fantasia: Music Evolved is a game that any family would love. With the holidays around the corner, get this on your wish list now! Or buy it now for those ‘out of school’ days that are too cold for outside play!