Summary: The “Just Dance” series of videos for WII are games that you dance to the moves in conjunction with the people on the screen while holding the remote. And this version is made for kids; but it is so simple and easy that middle age kids got bored quickly.
Summary: I own several of the Just Dance games and have played many, many hours of them. I've considered the Kids versions before just for the new content, but have always hesitated to buy one. When I got my hands on Just Dance Kids 2014, I figured this was the perfect opportunity to see how big a kid I was.
Summary: Just Dance Kids 2014 lets you dance along to a collection of songs for kids; the closer you replicate the dancers onscreen (while holding the Wii remote), the better your score. My two boys, aged 5 and 3, have had this game for a few weeks now.
Summary: If you are new to the whole "Just Dance" thing, you dance along with the characters on screen by holding the Wii remote and following the on-screen directions. The Wiimote picks up your movements and scores you- the better you get at the dance routines, the better you score.
Just Dance Kids vs Just Dance....skip the Kids version.
Sam Archer, Amazon
28 November 2013
Summary: This is targeted at very young children, probably best for preschool and kindergarten ages. The songs selection is very poor compared to Just Dance 3 with very few modern songs. If your kids listen to the radio then they will much rather play the regular non kids version of Just Dance.
Summary: We ordered this for our 5 & 7 year olds, and they are bored by it. We have several other just dance games and thought this would be a great addition and a bit easier for them. There isn't nearly as much movement, so they are bored quickly of it.