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if you like dancing this is great December 26, 2013
Reviewer: Jesus Lopez  
dancing at home never was so easy and fun, it goes as the previous 3, but with the advantages of wiiU

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great step forward for the franchise November 21, 2013
Reviewer: wiisystem  
In 2009, Just Dance for the Wii pioneered a new genre of dance games where you danced using real dance moves vs. just jumping on a mat or pattern-matching with a game controller. After some early fits and starts, they've since sold over 30 million units in its three year history. That's enough to get every man, woman, and child in Canada dancing away.

Of course, success has spawned dozens and dozens of spin-off and knock-off games of varying quality. But each title in the original series of Just Dance, Just Dance 2, and Just Dance 3 have been excellent and have moved the franchise forward with great new songs and technical innovation. I'm happy to say that Just Dance 4 for the Wii U continues that tradition.

As with previous Just Dance games, the opening menu is delightfully simple and has just two options: Just Dance and Just Sweat. One thing I liked right away about Just Dance 4 was that you can use either the Wii remote or the GamePad to make your selection for all the menus throughout the game. Right away, I much preferred using the GamePad to scroll through dozens of songs rather than the Wii remote.

Selecting "Just Dance" shows you a cover flow where you can flip through songs to dance to. Each song has an icon showing how many separate players the song has unique choreography for. For example, for Solo songs, whether it's one player or four, everyone is dancing to the same moves. For Quartet songs, four players will each be dancing to his or

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