Demon Dance Party is a lewd set of dancing animations.
No. Woot! Woot!
Hours of Gameplay?
No, not necessary.
This game was designed to be played with VR hardware. I did not use a VR headset to play and review this game.
Pick up to three dancers, a stage, and watch them dance from three designated camera points. How riveting! Apparently, you may choose between differnent styles of dances (but I couldn’t get this mechanic to work). You can switch between music tracks, but you’re forced to do so one-by-one — I guess studio budget couldn’t handle a playlist or track interface.
There is no story (and I’m not making one up!)
The titlescreen is a flashy mess, but at least the on-screen dancers don’t clip through the menu anymore. From “Options”, you may adjust audio, display and graphical preferences. As the game was designed with VR in mind, the in-game interface does not bode well for non-VR users. As a matter of fact, it flat-out lies to you; the “B” key does not change the “dance style” of your characters. Even if the instructions were geared towards VR, lack of keyboard functionally isn’t any better.
The Goods (1/5★)
I think I saw a few nipples. . . who said demons have to be sexy (or high resolution?)
I’m glad this game was axed from Steam. If I remember correctly, Demon Dance Party was sold for five USD — what an awful deal! Even if you have VR abilities, I doubt this game would offer more than ten or fifteen minutes of entertainment. The game looks visually abhorrent, and if you don’t like generic techno you’re crap-outta-luck. Demon Dance Party is effectively a screensaver. . . that chews through your GPU like candy. If you’re interested in attractive (and maybe naked) women performing canned dances, I’d recommend lurking on YouTube (or Pornhub!) There’s no shortage of lewd MMD videos!