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Floor Kids

Publisher: MERJ Media

  • Price: $19.90
  • Release Date: Dec 7, 2017
  • Number of Players: 1
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  • ESRB Rating: E [Everyone]
  • Probably the biggest criticism of the game is that, overall, with the exception of maximizing your scores to 5-star every song in every location and unlocking each member of the crew there’s no real competition per se. Your greatest enemy is always yourself, though if you have someone of comparable skill to play against locally that can help deal with this issue. You’re really just dancing for your own satisfaction in the end, there’s not really any story or rivals to give you an extra push to do better. Pair that with the fact that as you learn what works to get higher scores you’ll increasingly find yourself falling into familiar patterns that you know drive your score and it can even get a bit repetitive as you grind to get your scores in shape. If you love great music and want to have something to simply groove to and enjoy Floor Kids comes pretty highly recommended. The soundtrack is superb, the flow for the most part feels very natural, and it can be very satisfying to play. If you’re more in search of objectives and challenges though, it won’t be a great match as that really doesn’t fall into its style of design. Overall, it’s a solid game that I’d love to see get a more directed sequel, one that could help provide some needed motivation.

    Justin Nation, Score:
    Nindie Choice! [8.0]

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