Some of the songs on this Just Dance are great but there are several that I would not consider ...
singalto2u "Ms. Goodhead", Amazon
25 October 2014
Summary: Some of the songs on this Just Dance are great but there are several that I would not consider 10+ age appropriate. I use Wii Dance in my Music classroom for a reward lesson for classes who are doing a great job and there are some songs (lyrics) that are far from appropriate for my students in fourth or fifth grade. If Nintendo is going to create a Dance Game for kids and older kids they should be more careful in their song choices.
Summary: I thought this game would be perfect for my 6yo son. He loves playing Just Dance with my older kids (all teenagers), and I thought this would be even more age-appropriate. I'm not sure why, but he doesn't find this near as fun as the older version of this game. Maybe it's feel a little *too* juvenile for him? I don't object to much in the older versions of this game, and find them to be more sophisticated, and clearly more fun for my son.
Summary: I have always loved the Just Dance games and play it with my nieces. It was disappointing to that this version has two very inappropriate songs. The rating should not have been 10+ years of age. It should be older. It has "I Kissed a Girl and I Like It" and has "Blurred Lines". To me both of these songs have content that is adult. The game itself came quickly, plays just fine, etc.
Best song selection and graphics of any Just Dance game so far - but the worst motion tracking since part 1
Braden Pickering, Amazon
18 January 2014
Summary: I've kept up with the Just Dance series from the beginning, and own almost all of them to date - Parts 1, 2, 3, 4, Summer Party, Greatest Hits, ABBA, Michael Jackson - and now JD2014. Not only are they incredibly fun, but I also use them as my primary workout regime. In fact, I've been playing them for 20 minutes or more every single day since last December and have lost over 45 pounds with very little modification to my diet.
Summary: Nice kid-appropriate version, with up to date music, of the fun dance game "Just Dance". I have a 10 year old who often joins me in my Just Dance sessions. For him, this is age appropriate but not as appealing to him as the other non-kid versions of the franchise when played together. The music selection is more Disney stars & pop music from tween-geared acts plus a few classics.
Summary: I've a bunch of the other Just Dance games so I'm familiar with the layout and how it works and the problem is, so are the kids. So this game with the kid friendly songs was fun at first but there weren't enough songs or dance moves to really hold their attention for very long. Even if there weren't more moves I'd hope for more songs. A lot of these were Disney Channel 'artists.