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One of a number of Acclaim-published titles starring the Olsen twins, mary-kate and ashley: Girl's Night Out is a rhythm-based game similar to Dance Dance Revolution and Bust a Groove. The main "Dance Mode" has the teens strutting their stuff in locales across the globe, in malls, clubs, and everywhere in between. The screen is divided in two: the right-hand side displays three circles and a series of icons that move through them, while the left-hand side shows a dancer character executing a variety of moves.
Icons corresponding to the GBA's face, shoulder, and directional pad buttons fall from the top of the screen, and the objective is to press the correct button when its icon passes through one of the three circles at the bottom of the screen. As the difficulty increases, the icons will change at the last moment, forcing the player to keep a close eye on the proceedings. A vertical bar between the two screen halves provides an indication as to how well the player is doing.
At the conclusion of the song, the players are given an analysis of their performance, which lists the rank achieved and items unlocked, and breaks down the various number of "Cool," "Miss," or "Perfect" ratings achieved during play. Rewards include new outfits, hairstyles, and shoes for the girls to wear. When selecting outfits and hairstyles in the "Closet" mode, still images of the twins are displayed, accompanied by digitized voice samples as they express their appreciation or distaste for the ensemble.
"Mix" and "Jam" modes are also offered, the former allowing players to assemble a play list of their favorite music tracks, and the latter providing them an abundance of digitized voice samples, sound effects, musical instrument noises, and other such aural accompaniments with which to customize their own dance beats. ~ Gavin Frankle, All Game Guide