THE BLACK EYED PEAS EXPERIENCE
360/Kinect (also on Wii)
got to admit it. Living in our indie kid bubble we were aware of The
Black Eyed Peas, but had absolutely NFI how utterly huge they are.
They make massive look teensy.
They are a tad pretentious though - disencapitalising names, bunging
random full stops in them - and they call hipsters wanky! Still, if
we had as much money as BEP we’d likely be able to do whatever the
fuck we wanna with the English language too. Oh hang on, we already
Anyway, their catchier-than-cooties brand of hip-pop has racked up a
crazy amount of awards; from worldwide sales charty ones to the
statuesque ones you can jam on a shelf in your pool room. They also
seem to have had more number ones than a fish with a urinary tract
infection. Boom boom pow!
30 tracks, almost entirely from the Fergie years, feature in this
game, which is a celebration of all things BEP that’s expressed
predominantly via dance.
Leap into ‘Dance Party’ for a quick boogie and even grab a mic and
sing along for extra pointy things. ‘Deluxe Experience’ is it for
career-builders hoping to end up bouncing about the BEP stage – get
coached on your moves then let loose in a choreographed procession
of them. The aim is to gain followers, the more of which you have,
the more bling you amass for your chosen customisable dancer
avatartastical you thingy.
The Black Eyed Peas Experience looks the look and sounds the
sounds, and is a total fangasm for those who worship at the
smacked-around green veggies altar, but may be pining whilst the
band does the hiatus thing. Erm, “thang”.
Meanwhile, if you’re wondering why a bloodnut ex-royal is in a
hippety-poppety combo then this certainly ain’t gonna be your cup of