Summary: The songs are pretty current for little kids, and the dances are fun. I've tried to do several but can't keep up with them. My son wanted more of the pop songs he likes to listen to - especially by Kidz Bop.
Summary: My four year old daughter and I love playing this game! My daughter loves the songs and can even get lots of the dance moves. I jump around and get some exercise while I spend time with my daughter. Unfortunately the actual game play of this game is horrible because the game is so buggy. The game will often not register our movements and it can take several tries for us to even get the songs playing.
Summary: I and my daughter had such a blast with the games, things I like most about it: The real kids dancing in the game all seem to have a lot of fun and dance with tons of enthusiasm and energy, which make us feel so much into the dance. We always prefer real dancers over computer animated "robots". My favorite dance is the Crocodile Rock, the leading girl dances very well, her funny looking face and pose cracked me up every time.
Summary: Chances are if you are looking for a dance game, you have seen the plethora of choices available to you. Every where you turn there seems to be a new dance game, then add to the fact that there are multiple sequels to dance games can make it even more confusing for some people. Which one is the best one is a matter of personal opinion. This game is geared towards kids (as evidence by the title of the game - I get points for stating the obvious there) :-).
Summary: As soon as your game's name mentions being for kids in the title, that's usually a red flag as far as quality's concerned. Most developers churn out a kid's game without having much of an understanding of what it takes to make a good kid's game. And for a 'grown up' system like the Xbox 360, it's rare to get one that isn't a platformer or movie-based game. It's even more rare when it turns out to be one that uses the Kinect, and is a music game of sorts.
Summary: We already own Dance Central (DC) and we enjoy that. We got Just Dance Kids2 (JDK) because we have a 3 year old and a 6 year old and I figured this would just be like DC, but a bit more kid-friendly. Specifically, here is what I wanted to see improved: 1) The user interface in DC can be a little touchy. I was hoping JDK would have an interface that would be easier for little ones (with less coordination) to use.