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my seven-year-old *REALLY* loves this game. November 4, 2012
Reviewer: Tahli Bear  
This was just delivered, and my kids eagerly ripped it open and were playing a few minutes later. Haven't played with all the options yet (parent controls, playlist, etc) but so far we're all lovin' it. There are some classic songs (which I know Grandpa & Grandma will enjoy) plus a nice assortment of songs from Disney's current tween shows. Several of the songs have the option of hearing the song in different languages - Squirrels in My Pants is even funnier in Swedish! Game itself is comparable to the other Just Dance shows we own - decent choreography (fun but not too challenging)

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Good game; best for younger kids November 1, 2012
Reviewer: Chel Micheline  
I got this for my seven year old daughter- she loves any kind of dance game for the Wii, and we're sort of nuts about Disney.  Now that she's school-age, she's discovered Disney Channel, as well. The game is very easy to figure out- insert the disc into your Wii, grab the Wiimote, select the song, and dance away. The first time my daughter tried it, she danced for over an hour before we had her take a little break- she would have played it for hours. And as soon as she could play the Wii again, she was back to the game.I think the thing she loves most about this game is the songs- not only is there a huge variety (especially for a music game), but they are the *actual* Disney songs and TV show theme songs, sung by the original artists. Everything from Selena Gomez to "Under the Sea" to the theme song to "Hey Jessie" (whatever that is- my daughter knows it but I don't...) to the music from the "It's A Small World" ride at Disney World to the music from "Tangled".



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Fun, But... October 24, 2012
Reviewer: Debra Hamel  
The Disney version of Just Dance includes 25 Disney songs from Disney classics like Mary Poppins and more recent popular shows like Phineas and Ferb and Hannah Montana. The songs have both star and sweat ratings. These aren't explained anywhere in the documentation as far as I could see, but stars seems to refer to level of difficulty in terms of ability required and sweat droplets have to do with how much you've got to move. (So a song can require lots of movement but not a lot of skill.) The Disney version of Just Dance is made for a wide range of abilities and therefore should be accessible for younger children, which is appropriate. The dancing styles involved range from ballet-like movements to hip hop moves. The game includes the original versions of the songs, which are danced to by modern dancers superimposed over backgrounds that are appropriate to the songs.



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