Summary: " Just Dance 4 " is a pretty hard game to sum up as it offers very little in terms of variety from any others in the series and seems to stick to the old saying; ‘If it ain’t broke, then don’t fix it’.
Summary: If Dance Central is the slick, trendy, and expertly choreographed hipster of the dance game world, then Just Dance is its annoying, Glee -watching sibling. It embraces cheery bubblegum pop and coats it in a thick layer of bright lights, neon colors, and a whole host of insane dance routines. Subtle it is not, but that's all part of Just Dance 4's charm.
Pros: Even crazier and more hilarious dance routines, Funky neon visuals, Eclectic tracklist
Summary: Just Dance IV is simply the best Just Dance game yet. With a fantastic mix of 44 songs of every genre and preferences and with all the old-favourite tunes and even better new ones this is a game for the family and friends which could be played just as well alone as at big dance parties. The Song Selection is flawless. Just Dance IV has 44 songs for everyone to find their personal favourites.
Excerpt: The Just Dance series has proven to be very popular indeed. Starting life on the Wii, the series soon found its way to other consoles when they received their own motion devices. It’s a series which has proven just how much fun making a fool of yourself can be. Being a safe sequel, Just Dance 4 doesn’t really cram in loads of fresh ideas, with much of its appeal being new songs to dance to.
Popular dancing game continues to entertain with new music.
Common Sense Media
14 September 2012
Summary: Parents need to know Just Dance 4 is a music dance game where players follow moves presented by dancers on the screen. The songs feature some content that is mildly sexual and makes some references to alcohol. The "Comic Mischief" warning by the Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB) is tied to a cartoon rabbit who rips off his clothes in a silly fashion. This game supports players dancing together around the same console.
Summary: Just Dance 4 has a nice selection of modes and offers up an entertaining time through a great soundtrack and stunning visuals. Motion control is decent for a game focused on fun and not tryouts to America’s Best Dance Crew , but could still use some work. It could use a tutorial section and online scoreboards, but the latter is not likely on the Wii due to the way Nintendo’s online infrastructure is set up (or, rather, that it doesn’t really exist).
Excerpt: You know the bit in a generic cop drama where the hard-bitten inspector (you know the type: bald, angry, probably called 'Bootpunch', or something) stares the perp out over a bolted-down interview table and explains the facts? You know, spreads out the contents of a manila file, points threateningly at a grisly photo, maybe bellows a bit? That's this Just Dance 4 review. Imagine ONM with a trenchcoat on. Now you know we're serious.