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: 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.
Excerpt: The Just Dance series is settling into a groove going into its fourth iteration. Rather than making any real changes like Dance Central 3 did this year with its story mode, Just Dance 4 closely retreads the same territory as its predecessors.
Pros: Bringing the game out at parties, Dance crew routines involving whole party, A crowd-pleasing soundtrack
Cons: Clunky menu navigation, The random unlock wheel, Dancing alone in a four-person routine
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.
Summary: There has been much talk about the bottom dropping out of the music genre, especially after seeing the likes of Dance Dance Revolution and Singstar fall by the wayside, as well as Rock Band and Guitar Hero also fade away.
Summary: While Just Dance 4 may be just as entertaining as the last 3 entries to the series, the question still remains: has it improved greatly enough on the efforts of Just Dance 3 to warrant a sequel, or could it just be simply reproduced as new song DLC?
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