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Just Dance 2 was released on October 15th 2010 and is the follow-up to Ubisoft's highly successful original Just Dance game which came out in 2009 for the Wii. The sequel has more features and modes and has an excellent range of dance tracks (44 in all) covering several different genres.

The track-listing has a good mixture of old and new tracks including those by Fatboy Slim (The Rockerfeller Skank, 1998), Kesha (Tik Tok, 2009), The Pussycat Dolls (When I Grow Up, 2008), Wham (Wake me up Before you Go Go, 1984), Supergrass (Alright, 1995) and Elvis (Vive Las Vegas, 1964) - something for every taste, surely. The song lyrics are provided so there is no excuse for not singing along as you dance!

The multiplayer mode supports up to eight players for team play and four for dance-offs. Alternatively you can simply race your opponent to be the first to achieve a pre-set score or you can compete individually for the highest overall score. There is a "Just Sweat" feature which allows you to use the game as a fitness workout with three levels of difficulty to try.

The game is pleasingly presented and simple to use; the style of play being practically unchanged from that found in the original game. Just Dance 2, like its predecessor, is fun for individual play and group play alike - so get your party gear out and start dancing - ready for all those Christmas parties!
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Available on: Nintendo Wii
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  • Customer Reviews

  • Mummy - Saturday, December 11, 2010 Nintendo Wii

    This is excellent fun for the whole family, plus it's a really good workout! It is also EXTREMELY funny watching other people playing it ... great buy.

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