Summary: I am a huge Disney fan, mostly the old Disney but I still enjoy the occasional shows now. I was a bit excited for this game but when I received it, wasn't what I expected. I guess I should have guessed that the game was centered around younger children, I am 19 by the way, but the overall aspect of the game is for children. Children are the dancer and and movements are pretty easy, and short as well and just not as fun as any of the other Dance games.
Summary: I wish Disney would put out a Wii-U version of this game. You can play regular Wii games on the Wii-U, but it is painful, the controller selections are erratic and too hard for a child to manage and the game is slow. Choosing the songs and setting up the players with the controller and the finger pointer on the screen is just as horrible as I remember. The original Wii was bad in the early days.
Summary: This is no where near as good as the other JUST DANCE Wii games. My kids were very disappointed. They love Disney song and music and they love JUST DANCE games for Wii. But the music here and the dance moves especially - are boring.
klunky - not sure it's worth even the cheap cost on here...
21 January 2014
Summary: I got this along with Just Dance 2014 for Christmas, thinking it would be a fun way to get rid of some of that holiday weight. We put this disc in first because I have a 3 year old and don't really want him learning some of the messages in the pop songs today. We tried a few songs out, and my husband looked at me and said, "Why did you want this? It's poor quality." The dancers and backgrounds are blurry, and the moves are not fun and exciting.
Summary: My daughter is a big fan of Just dance and owns all of the Just dance games that are out so far including the new Just dance 2014. She really loves them so I decided this would be a nice addition considering we are big Disney fans and fans of the Disney channel. The music is cool, but the dances are very slow paced. They are not very energetic at all. My daughter played this once, put it away and its now sitting in our dvd library and hasn't moved since.
Summary: I bought this for my small children ages 3 and 7. My 7 year old loves the Just dance 3 & 4 but we were looking for songs with more child friendly Lyrics. In order to get to dance you have to go through a series of choosing a character and a song and a player. This happens before each song. The songs are short, so in the end there is more time spending picking your selections then actually dancing.
Summary: Just Dance Greatest Hits contains multiple songs from past Just Dance titles. Here's a list of all the songs and where each comes from: From Just Dance: Anita Ward - "Ring My Bell" Calvin Harris - "Acceptable in the 80s" "Fame" (In the Style of Irene Cara) Fatboy Slim - "Jin Go Lo Ba" Gorillaz - "Dare" Groove Century - "U Can't Touch This" New Kids On The Block - "Step By Step" Reel 2 Real feat.
Summary: A lot of people praise Just Dance, but in my opinion, it's a failure. Just Dance is just another one of those dance games that gets you so frustrated that you would like the throw your remote on the ground and break the disc in half. When I played this game for the first time, I got so angry I wanted to take it back the rental store where I rented it. I praise how the game is good exercise and the concept of other dance games, but other than that, everything fails.
Summary: I like the dances and the exercise. It's like a DDR for the upper body. Unfortunately, with only 30 or so songs, and chances are you don't like all of them, the game gets worn out really fast. There isn't anything to do besides just play the game; no unlockable levels, no new songs you can buy, no new characters, nothing customizable or anything. Seems very, very basic. The game also doesn't pick up a lot of the moves sometimes.