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Improving on the Dance
on 11 December 2013
Back in August I had the chance to play Just Dance 4 on the Wii U and thought it was a good laugh as my sister and I broke out the moves. Both being in our 30s we was extremely impressed.
Jump forward and I managed to pick up a copy of the newly released Just Dance 2014. So the game if you've play any of the previous versions is pretty much the same. For those new to the franchise, you must purchase or have a Wii/Wii U remote in order to play this game, failure to have this controller will me you can't play the game.
If you are new to Just Dance, you play the game by following a mirrored funky dancer on the screen. Move changes are displayed before the steps change so you know when to step it up. The dances vary depending on the difficulty but even easy or classic can feel taxing.
As you follow the moves depending on when you strike the relevant necessary move you will be scored points. The better your timing the higher the scores! All sounds fairly straight forward.
So what makes Just Dance 2014, just like every sequel to other games, each version has been refined and cleaned up. This version adds Just Dance TV which shows dancers around the world getting down and doing there best (a Uplay account needs to be created to do this). Along with this 4 players can do there best along with a master mind (Using a game pad a 5th player can send moves for the dancers to perform).
Overall a great party game and I suppose if anyone wants to loose some weight will certainly help.