@rorie: Hey Matt, welcome back, are you going to drop into CV as well to say hi? :)
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The new Just Dance games has a somewhat different format than previous in terms of level progression. Previously point were giving only on stars gained but now points are given by achieving certain amounts of feats as well. Here are a few suggestions:
1. It might be better to practice a bit first at each song before heading for the 3 star level. When you find the (2X) icon, you will get two times songs from that song, including for the feats, so if you achieve a feat at (2X) then it is going to add up pretty fast. Feats are visible by scrolling down on each song to look at the feats screen.
2. If you have two remotes and and can handle try running nearly identical songs with one in each hand. I found this worked especially well on Oops I did it Again where the moves were nearly identical, and the song easy to master. So with 5 stars on dominant hand and 1-2 stars on non dominant per song it adds up pretty quickly.
3. In terms of the workout regimes, they go for two times points as well. One of the feats on each routine is to make intense for all songs. If you find you are not getting to intense on a song, vigourously shaking the remote will simulate more output (well it is more output) and will push you back to intense.
4. The (2X) bonus resets every time you dance a song. Sometimes all the (2X) reset and sometimes only the song from which you just danced. Make sure to check every time for all songs in the sequence.
Also I think it is worth noting that the rewards for leveling up are rewarded by choosing from a spinning wheel. There is no real benefit to choosing new avatars unless you really want one. It is possible to modify avatars as well in already existing user profiles. I deleted an older version of myself to start over when I didn't need to. There are 36 levels in all.
Politics shouldnt be popularity
This sounds like it's about YOUR personal struggle with YOUR gaming habits, not necessarily those of others. Anything can be addictive or habit-forming, it's all just a matter of personal control. Gaming is certainly no exception.
This is sort of what a blog is about anyway, a blog is not just a technical manual, blogs are supposed to reflect the opinion of the author. They are essentially commentaries. If you want an example, look me up on Comic Vine
Starting your post with an apology is always the wrong thing to do, especially with this community.
Thats not really good advice either, I would suggest write however you like, and let the others deal with it.