Become The Ultimate Dancer In Dance Collider

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Become The Ultimate Dancer In Dance Collider
November 13, 2018

Dance-off against eight challenging opponents to become the best.

 

Sometimes you need to let loose and move your body to the beat of the music and unleash a stunning display of rhythm and coordination. If you are looking for an intense arcade dancing experience for virtual reality (VR) however, then Dance Collider might be the title for you. Do you have what it takes to go up against a number of different opponents and come out on top as the ultimate dancer?

In Dance Collider, players set into the 24th century where dance battles take place in a series of vivid futuristic arenas complete with vibrant light-shows that provide people with a truly epic sensory experience. In order to be a successful dancer in this setting, players will need to prefect their technique and strike a pose to hit the incoming nodes that will get their body moving in time with the music.

 

Featuring 24 different dance battles to overcome and master, the action will never stop in Dance Collider. Players will go up against eight unique characters, each with their own distinct dancing style that has been motion captured to make them come to life in a truly immersive experience. On top of that, the dance patterns players will need to master are sure to work up a sweat meaning Dance Collider can also provide a healthy work out all while providing a lot of fun at the same time.

If you think you can go for the top of the chart then why not put your score up on the global and local leaderboards and compete with the rest of the world to be a dancing master. With multiple difficulties to test your skills and rack up the points, it will require a lot of work to reach that S rank but if you can pull it off then you will find yourself standing above the rest.

 

Dance Collider is currently available on Steam Early Access for £15.49 (GBP) with a discount of 10% on until October 4th, making the price only £13.94. The title supports both the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift headsets and requires motion controllers in order to play.

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