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Britney's Dance Beat

Britney's Dance Beat (GBA) game cover art
Platform: Game Boy Advance
Genre: Music (Rhythm)
Developer: Art

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03/25/2002
EU
06/14/2002
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Reader Reviews

Britney's Dance Beat review

Reviewed January 25, 2003

alecto says: "Though it took a while, the wonderful, challenging, quirky and oh-so-Japanese music game genre has finally been infiltrated and butchered by the unstoppable steam-roller of mainstream America. And what better mascot to usher in this new age than Britney Spears, whose pretty voice and midriff sure can sell CDs, and now, it seems, videogames as well. "
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