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- Party Master: Puppet Master mode has upgraded to the Party Master mode to give the player controlling the Wii U GamePad even more options to MC the party. Choose the next dance move, pick new songs, and dish out silly challenges to up to 4 other players!
- World Dance Floor: Dance with anyone anywhere in the world in Just Dance's first-ever online multiplayer mode! Players join a virtual crew--made up of real-life friends or other Just Dance fans--and compete based on different themes.
- On Stage Mode: Own the spotlight in this new mode where 1 player will dance, lead 2 back-up dancers, and even sing if they want! As the star of the show, the player can take it seriously and show off how talented they are, or just goof off with friends.
- Custom Sweat Mode: Players can personalize their Just Sweat workouts by creating custom playlists and tracking calories. There's also a new option to track calories in all gameplay modes, even outside of the dedicated Just Sweat mode.
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The Party is Back
Just Dance 2014 – the sequel to Just Dance 4, the world’s #1 selling dance game – is bringing all new moves with breakthrough features for every motion-control platform and over 40 of the hottest tracks! Dance to current pop hits or celebrate with legendary classics – then take the fun to another level by playing with anyone anywhere in the world, leading back-up dancers, or creating customized Just Sweat experiences. Bring home the ultimate party starter and join in the fun!
The Hottest Songs and Dance Moves
With Just Dance 2014’s fresh list of hot tracks, you control the party. Get friends and family moving with "Applause" by Lady Gaga, "Blurred Lines" by Robin Thicke ft. Pharrell, or One Direction’s "Kiss You." Celebrate the throwbacks with legendary songs like Gloria Gaynor’s "I Will Survive."
New Modes and Features to Start Any Party
Just Dance 2014 takes the fun to another level this year with all new ways to create the best party ever! Own the spotlight and lead back-up dancers with the new On Stage Mode, dance with anyone anywhere in the world with World Dance Floor, work out to customized Just Sweat experiences on any song – and much more!
World Dance Floor: Dance with anyone anywhere in the world in Just Dance’s first-ever online multiplayer mode! Players join a virtual crew – made up of real-life friends or other Just Dance fans – and compete based on different themes (“Boys Vs Girls”, “Crew Vs Crew”). Players can also track their standing on global leader boards, check out fun stats about other players around the world, and see community updates.
On Stage Mode: Own the spotlight in this new mode where one player will dance, lead two back-up dancers, and even sing if they want! As the star of the show, the player can take it seriously and show off how talented they are, or just goof off with friends.
Just Sweat Mode: Players can personalize their Just Sweat workouts by creating custom playlists and tracking calories. There’s also a new option to track calories in all gameplay modes, even outside of the dedicated Just Sweat mode.
Autodance: Autodance is now on all camera-enabled platforms and has received an extensive upgrade! Players can use Autodance to transform their moves into music videos, bring their dances to life after each song, or simply goof off to create hilarious videos. With Autodance, players can instantly share all their favorite moments with friends, family, or the whole world.
Just Dance TV: Browse through friends’ dance videos, check out the most recent and popular content, and explore the Featured Video section in upgraded Just Dance TV – the biggest hub of user generated videos ever seen in a party game.
More Dances Per Track: Everyone loves variety! Find alternate choreography across all modes including Just Sweat, Extreme, Battle, and Mash-Up.
Karaoke: Sing along to any song! Lyrics are displayed at the bottom of the screen, and players are given bonus points for singing along.
Improved Shop: Never miss another song or update to the game. Now, when players select a song, they’ll immediately see any available alternate versions offered in DLC format.
The Best Just Dance Track List Ever
- ABBA: Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight)
- Ariana Grande Ft. Mac Miller: The Way
- Bob Marley: Could you be loved
- Bog Bog Orkestar: Isidora
- Chris Brown: Fine China
- Daddy Yankee: Limbo
- Daft Punk Ft. Pharrell Williams: Get Lucky
- Dancing Bros.: Moskau
- David Guetta ft. Sia: She Wolf (Falling To Pieces)
- Disney's Aladdin: Prince Ali
- Duck Sauce: It's You
- Far East Movement Ft. Cover Drive: Turn Up The Love
- Frankie Bostello: The Love Boat
- George Michael: Careless Whisper
- Gloria Gaynor: I Will Survive
- Gwen Stefani Ft. Eve: Rich Girl
- Imposs Ft. Konshens: Feel So Right
- Ivete Sangalo: Dançando
- Jason Derulo: The Other Side
- Jessie J Ft. Big Sean: Wild
- Katy Perry: I Kissed A Girl
- Katy Perry: Roar*
- Ke$ha: C'mon
- Lady Gaga: Applause
- Lady Gaga Ft. Colby O'Donis: Just Dance
- Louis Prima: Just A Gigolo
- Mick Jackson: Blame It On The Boogie
- Mungo Jerry: In The Summertime
- Nicki Minaj: Pound The Alarm
- Nicki Minaj: Starships
- Olly Murs Ft. Flo Rida: Troublemaker
- One Direction: Kiss You
- Pitbull Ft. Christina Aguilera: Feel This Moment
- PSY: Gentleman
- Ray Parker Jr.: Ghostbusters
- Ricky Martin: Maria
- Rihanna: Where Have You Been
- Robbie Williams: Candy
- Robin Thicke Ft. Pharrell: Blurred Lines
- Rutschen Planeten: 99 Luftballons
- Sammie: Miss Understood
- Sentai Express: Nitro Bot
- The Girly Team: Flashdance… What A Feeling
- The Sunlight Shakers: Aquarius/Let The Sunshine In
- Village People: Y.M.C.A.
- will.i.am Ft. Justin Bieber: #thatPOWER
- Wisin & Yandel Ft. Jennifer Lopez: Follow The Leader
*Katy Perry's "Roar" is available as a free download on all platforms. Internet connection required.
Top Customer Reviews
This iteration is no exception. Just Dance 2014 should really be called Just Dance 5, but Ubisoft has veered off that numbering scheme and started to name the titles by year, given that they're releasing a new version every year anyway.
When you start out the game, the opening menu is simple as always. In the center of the screen is a recommended song you can start dancing to right away. You can also scroll to the right to select individual songs.
In the upper right-hand corner you'll see a yellow icon with an "M" in it. These refer to your "mojo points". The points system is much easier to understand now than in previous versions of Just Dance; here, they serve as "currency" that you can use to "purchase" locked items in the game.
One nice thing about Just Dance 2014 is that none of the songs themselves are locked--every song is playable from the get-go. Instead, what's locked are different variations of the choreography that's available on certain songs. Here are all the different variations:
- Classic - The standard, default choreography, all of which are unlocked from the beginning.
- On Stage - Multiple dancers interacting with each other in a "dance performance", which are a lot of fun not only for the dancers but also for onlookers. These are each 10 points to unlock.Read more ›
There is a system in here called "Mojo Points" where you can do dance moves, and then use accumulated points towards purchases of other locked items in the game. A pretty standard game mechanism, I've seen it in many styles of games (racing, free to play, etc).
A nice touch is the songs themselves aren't locked, I've run into that frustration in the past with things like Guitar Hero. Don't have that here, the locked items are non song related, which is cool.
You also can create your own profile with a name and whatnot, as opposed to using some of the generic names these kinds of games provide.
One minor downside to the WiiU game. It requires the use of a Wii controller. If you don't have that leftover from your original Wii console, you'll have to buy one, as the WiiU doesn't come with one, and it is not included in the game itself. This is probably a non issue for most owners, but I thought I sould mention it just the same.
The WiiU controller can be used to "DJ" the game play session. That's not something we will probably spend a lot of time doing.
Bottom line, my 8 year old daughter likes the game. I do not, but then I'm in my 40's. Game's not really for me, though. haha. :)
The options to have several modes like battle or director etc does make it more appealing but the terrible selection of
songs doesn't help. The advertisement gets you pumped thinking most of the songs are recent
hits but that's kind of like finding fools gold. There are a few hits but most of the songs are from
the 70s and 80s and I wouldn't consider those hits even in their heyday. Alot of them I have never even heard of.
There are some songs that I wanted to let my kids try but noticed a lock symbol. I thought maybe you would have to gain some
coins or whatever to get them unlocked. Nope they want $ 2.99 to buy each individual one. I mean really $ 50 bucks
for a game and then they force you to buy the better songs that's not right!!
Consisting of mainly modern pop songs, Just Dance 2014 gives you a whopping 47 tracks to choose from. I was surprised to see that a lot of the tracks here are very up to date (as of the game's release), and only a few classics are included this time around. Even if you don't like some of the songs, the routines shown are sure to get a laugh out of you. Any routine that's designed for more than one person has something great to watch and copy. Ghostbusters has one person playing the part of Slimer! One of the game modes, On Stage, lets one player be the star while the others act as backup dancers. This is displayed on the screen as well using real people instead of odd looking CG models. Basically you hold the Wii Remote and mirror what's going on on-screen the best you can. Don't expect to be much of a dancer at first if this is your first time taking anything seriously. Probably the best of the game modes is the Just Sweat workout. You can keep track of burned calories in this mode, and the results may surprise you, even after one of the more complicated dances is finished.
The Wii U version has some cool exclusive content. When a player has the GamePad in Party Master mode, they can make for some crazy routines, choosing which moves come next.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My daughter loves this game and it gets her up and moving. There's plenty of songs on there to dance to without having to purchase additional add ons. Read morePublished 14 days ago by JW
My kids and I play this almost every day - the best version out of the three we have because they like the songs the best.Published 1 month ago by RW